
Dictionary » E » Equation EquationEquation 1. A making equal; equal division; equality; equilibrium. Again the golden day resumed its right, And ruled in just equation with the night. (Rowe) 2. (Science: mathematics) An expression of the condition of equality between two algebraic quantities or sets of quantities, the sign = being placed between them; as, a binomial equation; a quadratic equation; an algebraic equation; a transcendental equation; an exponential equation; a logarithmic equation; a differential equation, etc. 3. (Science: astronomy) a quantity to be applied in computing the mean place or other element of a celestial body; that is, any one of the several quantities to be added to, or taken from, its position as calculated on the hypothesis of a mean uniform motion, in order to find its true position as resulting from its actual and unequal motion. 4. Equation box, or Equational box, a system of differential gearing used in spinning machines for regulating the twist of the yarn. It resembles gearing used in equation clocks for showing apparent time. 5. (Science: astronomy) equation of the center, the difference between the place of a planet as supposed to move uniformly in a circle, and its place as moving in an ellipse. Origin: L. Aequatio an equalizing: cf. F. Equation equation. See Equate. Please contribute to this project, if you have more information about this term feel free to edit this page Results from our forumThe influence of area on the number of species... is that if you have two species and you multiply the area by ten you should using basic maths get 20 species. But you only get four. So the actual equation that applies is one that is far more complicated than simple mathematics.
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Re: Number of water molecules produced by cellular respiration... bis phosphate. So with the 2 consumed during citrate formation we are now down to 12 3 waters or 9 waters produced. 3 are still in excess of the equation but I am sure that those can be found by looking at better biochemistry resources where they show more details about the individual reactions ...
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Re: Number of water molecules produced by cellular respiration... If we subtract the 2 waters consumed during citrate formation that brings us down to 10 water molecules net. Which is still 4 more then the net equation suggests (C6H12O6 +6 O2 > 6CO2 +6H2O). So somewhere else 4 water molecules must be consumed...but where is still a mystery. Maybe in the ...
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Re: some food for thoughts I am not trained in genetics but what intrigued me was this equation by author But look at the man. He is something more. He is X and Y. That means, he is essentially an ‘X ’plus something extra. What do I mean by that! Man is already a woman that is ...
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some food for thoughtsI am not trained in genetics but what intrigued me was this equation by author But look at the man. He is something more. He is X and Y. That means, he is essentially an ‘X ’plus something extra. What do I mean by that! Man is already a woman that is ‘X’, ...
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