## Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology, Volume 10 |

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A set S is said to be finite if there is a natural number n telling us how many

members S has; that is, some one-to-one function has domain n and

a one-to-one correspondence between n and S). This function "counts" the

members ...

A set S is said to be finite if there is a natural number n telling us how many

members S has; that is, some one-to-one function has domain n and

**range**S (isa one-to-one correspondence between n and S). This function "counts" the

members ...

Page 153

The film on the left is the raw recording, which contains

side by side from top to bottom (vertically) in the figure. The cylindrical lens

removes the quadratic phase modulation in the

placed in ...

The film on the left is the raw recording, which contains

**range**sweeps writtenside by side from top to bottom (vertically) in the figure. The cylindrical lens

removes the quadratic phase modulation in the

**range**dimension, which wasplaced in ...

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Several conventional schemes for the classification of soil fractions according to

particle diameter

that is, whether the particles of which a particular soil is composed are mainly

large, ...

Several conventional schemes for the classification of soil fractions according to

particle diameter

**ranges**: U.S. ... refers to the size**range**of particles in the soil,that is, whether the particles of which a particular soil is composed are mainly

large, ...

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### Contents

Seismology Observational 17 Stochastic Description | 325 |

Semiconductor Alloys LongRange and Karl Friedrich | 345 |

Sequency and Series 73 Solar Energy Engineering | 361 |

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