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Exactness

Exactness Ex*act"ness, n. 1. The condition of being exact; accuracy; nicety; precision; regularity; as, exactness of jurgement or deportment. 2. Careful observance of method and conformity to truth; as, exactness in accounts or business. He had . . . that sort of exactness which would have made him a respectable antiquary. --Macaulay.

Exactness Ex*act"ness, n. 1. The condition of being exact; accuracy; nicety; precision; regularity; as, exactness of jurgement or deportment. 2. Careful observance of method and conformity to truth; as, exactness in accounts or business. He had . . . that sort of exactness which would have made him a respectable antiquary. --Macaulay.

- In mathematics, exactness may refer to: Exact category Exact functor Landweber exact functor theorem Exact sequence Accuracy and precision...

- Exact may refer to: Exaction, a concept in real property law Exact (company), a Dutch software company Exact Air, a Canadian airline Exact Change, an American...

- Exactor may refer to: Someone who practices extortion Tax collector Exactor (betting) - a type of bet in parimutuel horse betting British Royal Artillery...

- Fisher's exact test is a statistical significance test used in the analysis of contingency tables. Although in practice it is emplo**** when sample sizes...

- A k → A k + 1 {\displaystyle A_{k-1}\to A_{k}\to A_{k+1}} is exact, then the exactness of 0 → C k → A k → C k + 1 → 0 {\displaystyle 0\to C_{k}\to A_{k}\to...

- 0→A→B→C exact implies G(C)→G(B)→G(A)→0 exact. Note, that this does not work for half-exactness. The corresponding condition already implies exactness, since...

- Bible available in medieval Europe. Here, the purpose was not to render an exact rendition of the meaning or the complete text, but to present material from...

- day, with the page count of 544 and ISBN 978-1-4516-9884-8. However, the exact date was removed the next day with the statement that a new release date...

- {\displaystyle A} and this Q {\displaystyle Q} satisfies the condition for exactness. If A {\displaystyle A} does not have an antiderivative, we cannot write...

- before two years of age and typically last for a person's entire life. The exact cause of Asperger's is unknown. While it is probably partly inherited, the...

- Exact may refer to: Exaction, a concept in real property law Exact (company), a Dutch software company Exact Air, a Canadian airline Exact Change, an American...

- Exactor may refer to: Someone who practices extortion Tax collector Exactor (betting) - a type of bet in parimutuel horse betting British Royal Artillery...

- Fisher's exact test is a statistical significance test used in the analysis of contingency tables. Although in practice it is emplo**** when sample sizes...

- A k → A k + 1 {\displaystyle A_{k-1}\to A_{k}\to A_{k+1}} is exact, then the exactness of 0 → C k → A k → C k + 1 → 0 {\displaystyle 0\to C_{k}\to A_{k}\to...

- 0→A→B→C exact implies G(C)→G(B)→G(A)→0 exact. Note, that this does not work for half-exactness. The corresponding condition already implies exactness, since...

- Bible available in medieval Europe. Here, the purpose was not to render an exact rendition of the meaning or the complete text, but to present material from...

- day, with the page count of 544 and ISBN 978-1-4516-9884-8. However, the exact date was removed the next day with the statement that a new release date...

- {\displaystyle A} and this Q {\displaystyle Q} satisfies the condition for exactness. If A {\displaystyle A} does not have an antiderivative, we cannot write...

- before two years of age and typically last for a person's entire life. The exact cause of Asperger's is unknown. While it is probably partly inherited, the...

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