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Mathematical determinant

Mathematical determinant

a formal algebraic operation on the terms of a square matrix of quantities, fundamental in solving multiple simultaneous equations and widely used in regression analysis, notably in epidemiology and quantitative genetics. If determinant is zero, the equations have no unambiguous solution.


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Re: A Calculus-Based Viewpoint for Negative Feedback

... self, interesting thoughts .. the rate of change being an important determinant fits a mathematical model that, unfortunately, does not reveal what is going on .. ADH causes aquaporin ...

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by majik1213
Sun Apr 12, 2009 3:39 am
 
Forum: Cell Biology
Topic: A Calculus-Based Viewpoint for Negative Feedback
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