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Obverting

Obvert Ob*vert", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Obverted; p. pr. & vb. n. Obverting.] [L. obvertere; ob (see Ob-) + vertere to turn. See Verse.] To turn toward. If its base be obverted towards us. --I. Watts.

Obvert Ob*vert", v. t. [imp. & p. p. Obverted; p. pr. & vb. n. Obverting.] [L. obvertere; ob (see Ob-) + vertere to turn. See Verse.] To turn toward. If its base be obverted towards us. --I. Watts.

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- equality of P x = ¬ ( ¬ P x ) {\displaystyle Px=\neg (\neg Px)} can be used to obvert affirmative categorical statements. Categorical statements are logically...

- original predicate, (full) contraposition is obtained by converting the obvert of the original proposition. For "E" statements, partial contraposition...

- propositions the result of contraposition is two contrapositives, each being the obvert of the other, i.e. "No non-P is S" and "All non-P is non-S". The distinction...

- Navier–Stokes equations Newtonian fluid nth root nuclear engineering nuclear power obvert ohm Ohm's law optics parallel circuit parity (mathematics) parity (physics)...