numerical value


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n numerical value a real number regardless of its sign
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Numerical value of an equation or expression, that deduced by substituting numbers for the letters, and reducing.
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In literature:

On such matters, however, generalisations have little value, as exceptions are very numerous.
"The Map of Life" by William Edward Hartpole Lecky
The genial keeper gave him numerous points that might be of value.
"Motor Boat Boys Down the Coast" by Louis Arundel
He courted numerous patrons, who valued the poetry, while they left the poet to his own miserable contemplations.
"Calamities and Quarrels of Authors" by Isaac Disraeli
The value of some of his books is enhanced by numerous illustrations, e.g.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 7" by Various
This number .0819 is the numerical value of the constant R for all gases, volume being measured in litres and pressure in atmospheres.
"The Mechanism of Life" by Stéphane Leduc
He made numerous captures of great value to the American army and embryo navy.
"Sages and Heroes of the American Revolution" by L. Carroll Judson
The numerical value of the population was estimated from the Crespi diary as 2,400.
"The Aboriginal Population of Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, California" by S. F. Cook
This is the most numerous and consequently the skins are of least value.
"Canadian Wilds" by Martin Hunter
On the other hand, Clinton's stores were numerous and of no little value.
"The Boys of Old Monmouth" by Everett T. Tomlinson
Large colorless numeral "4" on each side, above the stars and end letters of the value.
"History of the Postage Stamps of the United States of America" by John Kerr Tiffany

In news:

When you assign a Numeric value to a field, Access automatically assigns the value 0 as that field's Default Value property.
Coli 0157 assays are the first of numerous validations for this product line, emphasizing the value of a pathogen detection solution that is fast, accurate, easy-to-use and affordable.
We propose a situation calculus formalization of action domains that include numeric-valued fluents (so-called additive or measure fluents) and concurrency .
We propose a situation calculus formalization of action domains that include numeric-valued fluents (so-called additive or measure fluents) and concurrency.
On the contrary, factors from crowd reaction to lighting to emotional connection are each assigned a numeric value, before being tallied together to land on a precise, indisputable grade (plus or minus).
Michelle of Washinton State have gathered numerous acclaims for both excellence and value.
We propose a situation calculus formalization of action domains that include numeric -valued fluents (so-called additive or measure fluents) and concurrency.
National Pork Month, has, through use of various byproducts, made numerous contributions symbolizing its role in value-added agriculture.
In the 1800s, numerous countries, including Chile, Ecuador, and Colombia, signed contracts with the Catholic Church, or modeled their constitution on Catholic values, declaring themselves Catholic states.
According to warrants, Gibson took numerous clothing items, five wallets and handbags and a cell phone card – all valued at $131.43 – from Walmart.
To Barbara Powers, a professional marketer, the reasons for joining a local chamber of commerce are numerous, but if businesses aren't clear on their own motivation, they simply won't get the full value out of membership.
Retailers faced numerous challenges in nonfood with an unpredictable flu season, shoppers demanding value and others wanting to escape with low-cost entertainment in movies and magazines.

In science:

The ratio R between theoretical and numerical values of SN (t) for the two-dimensional Sierpinski lattice with N = 103 (dashed line) and N = 106 (solid line).
I. Territory covered by N random walkers on deterministic fractals. The Sierpinski gasket
The numerical values indicate a smooth curve in a logarithmic plot.
Characteristic polynomials of random matrices at edge singularities
We give the estimates of the characteristic length by applying the formula (1) to the numerical values of the probability of unknot.
Characteristic length of random knotting for cylindrical self-avoiding polygons
The expect for small J that the minimum energy approaches E j numerical value, denoted E j calc , can be seen to converge to this result.
Two-Body Random Ensembles: From Nuclear Spectra to Random Polynomials
The limit does not depend on the numerical value of the remaining αk , k 6= j .
Is the purely biquadratic spin 1 chain always massive?