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NOUN | a denominator | denominators |

мат. denominator {noun} | знаменател {м} |

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Usage Examples English

- We calculate each respective numerator by (1) taking the root of the
**denominator**(i.e. - A "complex fraction" is a fraction whose numerator or
**denominator**, or both, contains a fraction. - In general, the larger the
**denominator**of a rational fraction, the better the approximation. - A fixed-point data type uses the same
**denominator**for all numbers. - Like the THD measurement, this is a ratio of RMS amplitudes, and can be measured as THDF (bandpassed or calculated fundamental as the
**denominator**) or, more commonly, as THDR (total distorted signal as the denominator).

- ... concatenated with) its
**denominator**yields its numerator. - In the first equation, the
**denominator**in pounds is divided by 64 to convert it to cubic feet (because 1 cubic foot of salt water weights 64 pounds). - The degree of the numerator and degree of the
**denominator**determine whether or not there are any horizontal or oblique asymptotes. - The
**denominator**is a measure of dispersion. Replacing the denominator with the standard deviation we obtain the nonparametric skew. - In mathematics, the lowest common
**denominator**or least common denominator (abbreviated LCD) is the lowest common multiple of the denominators of a set of fractions.

- On the other hand, if either
**denominator**is negative, then each fraction with a negative denominator must first be converted into an equivalent form with a positive denominator—by changing the signs of both its numerator and denominator. - The
**denominator**is a triangle number equal to [...] In the more general case the denominator will always be the sum of the individual weights. - The
**denominator**is the sample size reduced by the number of model parameters estimated from the same data, [...] for [...] regressors or [...] if an intercept is used. - Second, McDonald (1970) 's [...] differs from [...]. The
**denominator**of the formula given by McDonald (1970) is observed covariances, and the denominator of [...] is fitted covariances. - If the
**denominator**is linear in some square root, say [...] rationalisation consists of multiplying the numerator and the denominator by [...] and expanding the product in the denominator.

- In practice, there is interest only in the numerator of that fraction, because the
**denominator**does not depend on [...] and the values of the features [...] are given, so that the denominator is effectively constant. - This form can be useful when combining a linear
**denominator**[...] with a quadratic denominator [...] , such as in heavy quark effective theory (HQET). - The first step is to determine a common
**denominator**[...] of these fractions – preferably the least common denominator, which is the least common multiple of the [...].

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