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…A mathematical relationship or rule expressed in symbols…

…A mathematical relationship or rule expressed in symbols…

…a legal formula…

…An international form of auto racing, whose races are called Grand Prix…

…A formula giving the area of a triangle in terms of the lengths of its sides.…

…A prescribed code or rubric, such as a spoken incantation or recipe for a potion, supposed to produce effects by or as if by magic.…

…The constitution or creed of a particular church.…

…A formula expressing the number and kinds of teeth possessed by a mammal. A dental formula is usually written in the form of four “fractions,” one for each type of tooth, with the upper and lower lines describing the upper and lower jaws respectively…

…The geometric formula V − E + F = 2, where V, E, and F are the numbers of vertices, edges, and faces of any simple convex polyhedron or of an equivalent topological graph…

…Any of a number of related equations stating Planck's radiation law.…

…An equation giving the wave numbers of the spectral lines of hydrogen or hydrogen-like atoms, especially of a hypothetical atom having a nucleus of infinite mass.…

…An equation in which one quantity is expressed in terms of a sum of other quantities; specifically any of several standard formulae which express a trigonometrical function of a sum or a difference of angles as a sum or difference of products of similar functions of the individual angles.…

…A formula giving the proportions of the elements present in a compound but not the actual numbers or arrangement of atoms…

…A formula involving haversines which allows the shortest distance between two points on the surface of a sphere to be calculated using the longitude and latitude of each point.…

…A formula giving the number of atoms of each of the elements present in one molecule of a specific compound…

…An integral formula giving the mutual inductance between a pair of neighbouring closed circuits.…

…A formula for calculating the volume of a prismoid or truncated pyramid, and hence that of a body or excavation regarded as composed of a number of prismoids.…

…Any of a number of formulae derived by Rankine in his work in various fields; specifically one giving the load under which a supporting column will collapse in terms of the height and cross-section of the column, and quantities determined by the material of which it is made.…

…A chemical formula that gives the number and types of atoms in a compound with an indication of the groups and radicals present.…

…= recurrence relation.…

…An equation relating the value of a function for a given value of its argument (or arguments) to its values for other values of the argument(s)…

…A formula that shows the arrangement of atoms in the molecule of a compound…

…= structural formula.…

…= Poiseuille's equation.…

…= Rutherford's law.…

…A formula for performing an integral transform between variables x and s in which the integrand with respect to x is g(s) = ∫ x s−1 f(x) dx.…

…A formula stating Planck's radiation law.…

…A set of chemical symbols showing the elements present in a compound and their relative proportions, and in some cases the structure of the compound…

…Attributive and in the genitive. Designating (any of various forms of) a theorem which relates the integral of a product of two periodic functions to the sum of the products of their respective Fourier coefficients; specifically a form of the theorem in which the two periodic functions are taken to be equal, i.e. giving an expression for the integral of the square of a periodic function. Especially in Parseval's formula, Parseval's theorem.…

…Chiefly Geometry. Relating to a prismatoid; prismoidal.…

…Attributive Designating a mathematical model for calculating the value of stock options, as Black–Scholes model, Black–Scholes option pricing model, etc. Also: designating the formula or equation used in this model, as Black-Scholes equation, Black-Scholes formula, etc.…

…Attributive Designating or relating to (any of) a class of formulae based on Newton's method which are used to find approximate integrals for functions over a finite range (e.g. Simpson's rule, the three-eighths rule); especially in Newton–Cotes formula.…

…Attributive Designating an iterative method for finding a numerical solution to an equation in one or more dimensions; especially in Newton–Raphson iteration, Newton–Raphson method; Newton–Raphson formula noun the formula which is iterated in this method.…