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Approximation

Approximation Ap*prox`i*ma"tion n. [Cf. F. approximation, LL. approximatio.] 1. The act of approximating; a drawing, advancing or being near; approach; also, the result of approximating. The largest capacity and the most noble dispositions are but an approximation to the proper standard and true symmetry of human nature. --I. Taylor. 2. An approach to a correct estimate, calculation, or conception, or to a given quantity, quality, etc. 3. (Math.) (a) A continual approach or coming nearer to a result; as, to solve an equation by approximation. (b) A value that is nearly but not exactly correct.

Approximation Ap*prox`i*ma"tion n. [Cf. F. approximation, LL. approximatio.] 1. The act of approximating; a drawing, advancing or being near; approach; also, the result of approximating. The largest capacity and the most noble dispositions are but an approximation to the proper standard and true symmetry of human nature. --I. Taylor. 2. An approach to a correct estimate, calculation, or conception, or to a given quantity, quality, etc. 3. (Math.) (a) A continual approach or coming nearer to a result; as, to solve an equation by approximation. (b) A value that is nearly but not exactly correct.

- calculations easier. Approximations might also be used if incomplete information prevents use of exact representations. The type of approximation used depends...

- Taylor polynomials) of the series can be used as approximations of the function. These approximations are good if sufficiently many terms are included...

- phenomenon. The expression order of approximation is expected to indicate progressively more refined approximations of a function in a specified interval...

- generate successive best rational approximations. These approximations are the best possible rational approximations of π relative to the size of their...

- Diophantine approximations and transcendental number theory are very close areas that share many theorems and methods. Diophantine approximations also have...

- the approximations can be seen below in Figure 1 and Figure 2. As the measure of the angle approaches zero, the difference between the approximation and...

- be seen below. Approximations to the Heaviside step function are of use in biochemistry and neuroscience, where logistic approximations of step functions...

- the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Stirling's approximation provides an accurate approximation to the factorial of large numbers, showing that it...

- computing values of the gamma function, we must settle for numerical approximations. The derivatives of the gamma function are described in terms of the...

- second-order approximation is also called "paraxial". The approximations above for sine and tangent do not change for the "second-order" paraxial approximation (the...

- Taylor polynomials) of the series can be used as approximations of the function. These approximations are good if sufficiently many terms are included...

- phenomenon. The expression order of approximation is expected to indicate progressively more refined approximations of a function in a specified interval...

- generate successive best rational approximations. These approximations are the best possible rational approximations of π relative to the size of their...

- Diophantine approximations and transcendental number theory are very close areas that share many theorems and methods. Diophantine approximations also have...

- the approximations can be seen below in Figure 1 and Figure 2. As the measure of the angle approaches zero, the difference between the approximation and...

- be seen below. Approximations to the Heaviside step function are of use in biochemistry and neuroscience, where logistic approximations of step functions...

- the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Stirling's approximation provides an accurate approximation to the factorial of large numbers, showing that it...

- computing values of the gamma function, we must settle for numerical approximations. The derivatives of the gamma function are described in terms of the...

- second-order approximation is also called "paraxial". The approximations above for sine and tangent do not change for the "second-order" paraxial approximation (the...

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