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Name if the account's financial statement element
Tax expense
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Expense


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Exhibit 2. Common Accounts Assets Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable, trade receivables Prepaid expenses Inventory Property, plant, and equipment Investment propert

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3.1. Financial Statement Elements and Accounts
ounting periods), and sales returns and allowances (an offset to revenue reflecting any cash refunds, credits on account, and discounts from sales prices given to customers who purchased defective or unsatisfactory items). <span>Exhibit 2. Common Accounts Assets Cash and cash equivalents Accounts receivable, trade receivables Prepaid expenses Inventory Property, plant, and equipment Investment property Intangible assets (patents, trademarks, licenses, copyright, goodwill) Financial assets, trading securities, investment securities Investments accounted for by the equity method Current and deferred tax assets [for banks, Loans (receivable)] Liabilities Accounts payable, trade payables Provisions or accrued liabilities Financial liabilities Current and deferred tax liabilities Reserves Unearned revenue Debt payable Bonds (payable) [for banks, Deposits] Owners’ Equity Capital, such as common stock par value Additional paid-in capital Retained earnings Other comprehensive income Minority interest Revenue Revenue, sales Gains Investment income (e.g., interest and dividends) Expense Cost of goods sold Selling, general, and administrative expenses “SG&A” (e.g., rent, utilities, salaries, advertising) Depreciation and amortization Interest expense Tax expense Losses For presentation purposes, assets are sometimes categorized as “current” or “non-current.” For example, Tesco (a large European retailer) prese







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#dynamic-programming
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In dynamic programming, when the same subproblem occurs, instead of [...], one simply looks up the previously computed solution
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recomputing its solution


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is a method for solving a complex problem by breaking it down into a collection of simpler subproblems, solving each of those subproblems just once, and storing their solutions. The next time the same subproblem occurs, instead of <span>recomputing its solution, one simply looks up the previously computed solution, thereby saving computation time at the expense of a (hopefully) modest expenditure in storage space. (Each of the subproblem

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This article's factual accuracy is disputed. Relevant discussion may be found on the talk page. Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced. (November 2015) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) <span>In computer science, mathematics, management science, economics and bioinformatics, dynamic programming (also known as dynamic optimization) is a method for solving a complex problem by breaking it down into a collection of simpler subproblems, solving each of those subproblems just once, and storing their solutions. The next time the same subproblem occurs, instead of recomputing its solution, one simply looks up the previously computed solution, thereby saving computation time at the expense of a (hopefully) modest expenditure in storage space. (Each of the subproblem solutions is indexed in some way, typically based on the values of its input parameters, so as to facilitate its lookup.) The technique of storing solutions to subproblems instead of recomputing them is called "memoization". Dynamic programming algorithms are often used for optimization. A dyna







#hilbert-space

The mathematical concept of a Hilbert space, named after David Hilbert, generalizes the notion of Euclidean space. It extends the methods of vector algebra and calculus from the two-dimensional Euclidean plane and three-dimensional space to spaces with any finite or infinite number of dimensions. A Hilbert space is an abstract vector space possessing the structure of an inner product that allows length and angle to be measured. Furthermore, Hilbert spaces are complete: there are enough limits in the space to allow the techniques of calculus to be used.

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e state of a vibrating string can be modeled as a point in a Hilbert space. The decomposition of a vibrating string into its vibrations in distinct overtones is given by the projection of the point onto the coordinate axes in the space. <span>The mathematical concept of a Hilbert space, named after David Hilbert, generalizes the notion of Euclidean space. It extends the methods of vector algebra and calculus from the two-dimensional Euclidean plane and three-dimensional space to spaces with any finite or infinite number of dimensions. A Hilbert space is an abstract vector space possessing the structure of an inner product that allows length and angle to be measured. Furthermore, Hilbert spaces are complete: there are enough limits in the space to allow the techniques of calculus to be used. Hilbert spaces arise naturally and frequently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces. The earliest Hilbert spaces were studied from this point o




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functional programming treats computation as [...]
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the evaluation of mathematical functions


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In computer science, functional programming is a programming paradigm—a style of building the structure and elements of computer programs—that treats computation as the evaluation of mathematical functions and avoids changing-state and mutable data

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ithic) Object-oriented Actor-based Class-based Concurrent Prototype-based By separation of concerns: Aspect-oriented Role-oriented Subject-oriented Recursive Value-level (contrast: Function-level) Quantum programming v t e <span>In computer science, functional programming is a programming paradigm—a style of building the structure and elements of computer programs—that treats computation as the evaluation of mathematical functions and avoids changing-state and mutable data. It is a declarative programming paradigm, which means programming is done with expressions [1] or declarations [2] instead of statements. In functional code, the output value of a fu







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inference in directed graphs with a tree structure (no loops) can be performed efficiently using the [...]
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sum-product algorithm


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atent variables are discrete, and linear dynamical systems, in which the latent variables are Gaussian. Both models are described by directed graphs having a tree structure (no loops) for which inference can be performed efficiently using the <span>sum-product algorithm <span><body><html>

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Flashcard 1738846375180

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the Banach fixed-point theorem guarantees [...] of certain self-maps of metric spaces, and provides a constructive method to find those fixed points.
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the existence and uniqueness of fixed points


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d><head> In mathematics, the Banach fixed-point theorem (also known as the contraction mapping theorem or contraction mapping principle) is an important tool in the theory of metric spaces; it guarantees the existence and uniqueness of fixed points of certain self-maps of metric spaces, and provides a constructive method to find those fixed points. <html>

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Banach fixed-point theorem - Wikipedia
Banach fixed-point theorem - Wikipedia Banach fixed-point theorem From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search In mathematics, the Banach fixed-point theorem (also known as the contraction mapping theorem or contraction mapping principle) is an important tool in the theory of metric spaces; it guarantees the existence and uniqueness of fixed points of certain self-maps of metric spaces, and provides a constructive method to find those fixed points. The theorem is named after Stefan Banach (1892–1945), and was first stated by him in 1922. [1] Contents [hide] 1 Statement 2 Proofs 2.1 Banach's original proof 2.2 Shorter







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Using the Banach Fixed Point Theorem the fixed point x* can be found by starting with an arbitrary element x0 in X and define a sequence {xn} by [...], then xnx* .
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xn = T(xn−1)


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empty complete metric space with a contraction mapping T : X → X. Then T admits a unique fixed-point x* in X (i.e. T(x*) = x*). Furthermore, x* can be found as follows: start with an arbitrary element x 0 in X and define a sequence {x n } by <span>x n = T(x n−1 ), then x n → x* . <span><body><html>

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x ) , T ( y ) ) ≤ q d ( x , y ) {\displaystyle d(T(x),T(y))\leq qd(x,y)} for all x, y in X. <span>Banach Fixed Point Theorem. Let (X, d) be a non-empty complete metric space with a contraction mapping T : X → X. Then T admits a unique fixed-point x* in X (i.e. T(x*) = x*). Furthermore, x* can be found as follows: start with an arbitrary element x 0 in X and define a sequence {x n } by x n = T(x n−1 ), then x n → x*. Remark 1. The following inequalities are equivalent and describe the speed of convergence: d







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In a Bayesian network, the joint distribution factors into [...].

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a product of conditional distributions


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factorization of the joint probability of all random variables. More precisely, if the events are then the joint probability satisfies where is the set of parents of node . In other words, the joint distribution factors into <span>a product of conditional distributions. <span><body><html>

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the properties of factorization and independences, but they differ in the set of independences they can encode and the factorization of the distribution that they induce. [1] Bayesian network[edit source] Main article: Bayesian network <span>If the network structure of the model is a directed acyclic graph, the model represents a factorization of the joint probability of all random variables. More precisely, if the events are X 1 , … , X n {\displaystyle X_{1},\ldots ,X_{n}} then the joint probability satisfies P [ X 1 , … , X n ] = ∏ i = 1 n P [ X i | p a i ] {\displaystyle P[X_{1},\ldots ,X_{n}]=\prod _{i=1}^{n}P[X_{i}|pa_{i}]} where p a i {\displaystyle pa_{i}} is the set of parents of node X i {\displaystyle X_{i}} . In other words, the joint distribution factors into a product of conditional distributions. For example, the graphical model in the Figure shown above (which is actually not a directed acyclic graph, but an ancestral graph) consists of the random variables







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In Bayesian network graphs [...] represent variables
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nodes


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Formally, Bayesian networks are DAGs whose: nodes represent variables in the Bayesian sense: they may be observable quantities, latent variables, unknown parameters or hypotheses. Edges represent conditional dependencies; nodes that ar

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ed acyclic graph (DAG). For example, a Bayesian network could represent the probabilistic relationships between diseases and symptoms. Given symptoms, the network can be used to compute the probabilities of the presence of various diseases. <span>Formally, Bayesian networks are DAGs whose nodes represent variables in the Bayesian sense: they may be observable quantities, latent variables, unknown parameters or hypotheses. Edges represent conditional dependencies; nodes that are not connected (there is no path from one of the variables to the other in the Bayesian network) represent variables that are conditionally independent of each other. Each node is associated with a probability function that takes, as input, a particular set of values for the node's parent variables, and gives (as output) the probability (or probability distribution, if applicable) of the variable represented by the node. For example, if m {\displaystyle m} parent nodes represent m {\displaystyle m} Boolean variables







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Graphically, Bayesian networks use [...] to represent conditional dependencies
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Edges


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html> Formally, Bayesian networks are DAGs whose: nodes represent variables in the Bayesian sense: they may be observable quantities, latent variables, unknown parameters or hypotheses. Edges represent conditional dependencies; nodes that are not connected (there is no path from one of the variables to the other in the Bayesian network) represent variables that are condition

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ed acyclic graph (DAG). For example, a Bayesian network could represent the probabilistic relationships between diseases and symptoms. Given symptoms, the network can be used to compute the probabilities of the presence of various diseases. <span>Formally, Bayesian networks are DAGs whose nodes represent variables in the Bayesian sense: they may be observable quantities, latent variables, unknown parameters or hypotheses. Edges represent conditional dependencies; nodes that are not connected (there is no path from one of the variables to the other in the Bayesian network) represent variables that are conditionally independent of each other. Each node is associated with a probability function that takes, as input, a particular set of values for the node's parent variables, and gives (as output) the probability (or probability distribution, if applicable) of the variable represented by the node. For example, if m {\displaystyle m} parent nodes represent m {\displaystyle m} Boolean variables







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a degenerate distribution in a space has support only on [...]
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a space of lower dimension


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In mathematics, a degenerate distribution is a probability distribution in a space (discrete or continuous) with support only on a space of lower dimension.

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e i k 0 t {\displaystyle e^{ik_{0}t}\,} <span>In mathematics, a degenerate distribution is a probability distribution in a space (discrete or continuous) with support only on a space of lower dimension. If the degenerate distribution is univariate (involving only a single random variable) it is a deterministic distribution and takes only a single value. Examples include a two-headed co







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the domain of integration in Lebesgue integration has no notion of [...].
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orientation

Is this why positive and negative part are dealt with separately?


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A technical issue in Lebesgue integration is that the domain of integration is defined as a set (a subset of a measure space), with no notion of orientation.

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1 ] ) = 0 , {\displaystyle \int _{[0,1]}1_{\mathbf {Q} }\,\mathrm {d} \mu =\mu (\mathbf {Q} \cap [0,1])=0,} because Q is countable. Domain of integration[edit source] <span>A technical issue in Lebesgue integration is that the domain of integration is defined as a set (a subset of a measure space), with no notion of orientation. In elementary calculus, one defines integration with respect to an orientation: ∫ b a







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The unifying themes in mathematical logic include the study of the expressive power of formal systems and [...].
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the deductive power of formal proof systems

How does it relate to the inductive process of Bayesian reasoning?


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The unifying themes in mathematical logic include the study of the expressive power of formal systems and the deductive power of formal proof systems.

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f mathematics). Mathematical logic is a subfield of mathematics exploring the applications of formal logic to mathematics. It bears close connections to metamathematics, the foundations of mathematics, and theoretical computer science. [1] <span>The unifying themes in mathematical logic include the study of the expressive power of formal systems and the deductive power of formal proof systems. Mathematical logic is often divided into the fields of set theory, model theory, recursion theory, and proof theory. These areas share basic results on logic, particularly first-order







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A [...] is defined as a function that maps outcomes to numerical quantities (labels)
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random variable


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A random variable is defined as a function that maps outcomes to numerical quantities (labels)

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In the case of the coin, there are only two possible outcomes, namely heads or tails. Since one of these outcomes must occur, either the event that the coin lands heads or the event that the coin lands tails must have non-zero probability. <span>A random variable is defined as a function that maps outcomes to numerical quantities (labels), typically real numbers. In this sense, it is a procedure for assigning a numerical quantity to each physical outcome, and, contrary to its name, this procedure itself is neither random







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Prospect expresses they want something done, to confirm if you should do it, ask;
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Is that something you want us to do?


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Confirm if the proposed solution is agreeable to them. ask;
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Does that work for you?


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What are some good questions to ask to make certain that you have uncovered everything that is important to the prospect regarding your discussion?
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Is there anything else we should discuss? Are you satisfied we've covered all of your concerns?


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What is a good action confirming question?
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Are you sure this is what you want to do?


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A confirming question about any additional information that should be added to the issue at hand?
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Is there anything else we should know or discuss today about the (the issue at hand)...?


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Solving constrained optimization by direct substitution can be undesirable because [...] is spoiled
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the natural symmetry between the variables


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Solving contrained optimization by direct substitution can be difficult becausing finding analytic solution of the constraint equation is not easy undesirable because the natural symmetry between the variables is spoiled

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the method of Lagrange multipliers finds [...] of a function subject to equality constraints.

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the local extrema


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the method of Lagrange multipliers finds the local extrema of a function subject to equality constraints.

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[imagelink] Figure 1: The red line shows the constraint g(x, y) = c. The blue lines are contours of f(x, y). The point where the red line tangentially touches a blue contour is the maximum of f(x, y), since d 1 > d 2 . <span>In mathematical optimization, the method of Lagrange multipliers (named after Joseph-Louis Lagrange [1] ) is a strategy for finding the local maxima and minima of a function subject to equality constraints. For the case of only one constraint and only two choice variables (as exemplified in Figure 1), consider the optimization problem maximize f(x, y) subject to g(x, y) = 0. We assum







You do not have to be the stereotypical landlord to enjoy the profits from an apartment building. A qualified property manager does all the hard work. They take care of the tenants, collect the rents, pay the bills, pay the mortgage, and put a chunk of cash flow into Robert’s bank account every month.

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a linear differential equation is defined by a [...] in the unknown function and its derivatives


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In mathematics, a linear differential equation is a differential equation that is defined by a linear polynomial in the unknown function and its derivatives

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tml>Linear differential equation - Wikipedia Linear differential equation From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search In mathematics, a linear differential equation is a differential equation that is defined by a linear polynomial in the unknown function and its derivatives, that is an equation of the form a 0 ( x ) y +







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In topological spaces, a function f is defined on [...] , but the continuity of f depends on [...]
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the sets X and Y, the topologies used on X and Y.


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In topological spaces, a function f is a function is defined on the sets X and Y, but the continuity of f depends on the topologies used on X and Y.

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∈ X | f ( x ) ∈ V } {\displaystyle f^{-1}(V)=\{x\in X\;|\;f(x)\in V\}} is an open subset of X. That is, <span>f is a function between the sets X and Y (not on the elements of the topology T X ), but the continuity of f depends on the topologies used on X and Y. This is equivalent to the condition that the preimages of the closed sets (which are the complements of the open subsets) in Y are closed in X. An extreme example: if a set X is giv







#calculus-of-variations
the coefficient of arbitrarily small function δf in the first order term is called the functional derivative

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integral of functions, their arguments, and their derivatives. In an integral L of a functional, if a function f is varied by adding to it another function δf that is arbitrarily small, and the resulting integrand is expanded in powers of δf, <span>the coefficient of δf in the first order term is called the functional derivative. For example, consider the functional J [ f ] = ∫ a




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the coefficient of arbitrarily small function δf in the first order term is called the [...]
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functional derivative


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the coefficient of arbitrarily small function δf in the first order term is called the functional derivative

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integral of functions, their arguments, and their derivatives. In an integral L of a functional, if a function f is varied by adding to it another function δf that is arbitrarily small, and the resulting integrand is expanded in powers of δf, <span>the coefficient of δf in the first order term is called the functional derivative. For example, consider the functional J [ f ] = ∫ a







Systemic risk is the possibility that an event at the company level could trigger severe instability or collapse an entire industry or economy. Systemic risk was a major contributor to the financial crisis of 2008. Companies considered a systemic risk are called “too big to fail.”

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What is 'Systemic Risk' <span>Systemic risk is the possibility that an event at the company level could trigger severe instability or collapse an entire industry or economy. Systemic risk was a major contributor to the financial crisis of 2008. Companies considered a systemic risk are called “too big to fail.” These institutions are large relative to their respective industries or make up a significant part of the overall economy. A company highly interconnected with others is also a source o




$20,000 should be the minimum profit you build into any deal. In other words, if you can’t do it for a 20-grand profit, don’t do the deal.

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when you do multi-family investing, $20,000 is chump change. It’s possible to do your very first deal and get a six-figure profit.

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profits from your first repositioning deal can reach six figures

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As a rule of thumb, for every 1,000 letters you send out, you’ll get a 1 percent response. That 1 percent response will get you 8 to 12 calls from sellers.

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Some months, you will send out 1,000 letters and get zero deals

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you won’t need to find 1,000 new potential sellers each month. You’ll be mailing second, third, and even seventh letters to people already on your list.

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When you’re mailing 1,000 letters a month, you’re destined for success. Just consider how the vast majority of people are talkers, not doers. That includes your competition. So 75 percent will never mail a single letter. Twenty percent will mail a few dozen letters, and lose

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interest. The remaining 5 percent may get up to 100 or so letters for a month or two, and then give up.

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You will be in such a small minority

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you don’t even rate 1 percent, because you’ll have virtually no competition.

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The average direct mail piece costs 75 cents to get it out the door. If you’re doing 1,000 letters a month, that’s going to cost you $750. If that’s more than you can afford, then start with what you can afford.

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If you multiply that by 12, then in one year, you’ve spent $9,000 to get your mailings out the door. If you are averaging one deal a month, you’re making $20,000 a month. In one month, you’ve more than paid for your marketing for the whole year!

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there will be a lag time between when you start and when you do your first deal.

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after one year of averaging one deal a month, you can make $240,000, all coming from your marketing costs of a lousy $9,000. Do those numbers work for you?

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What would happen if you did a 50-unit complex and your profit was $350,000?

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Direct mail works in all phases of the market cycle. It’s one of the few marketing techniques that do. Direct mail your way to wealth!

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Become a member of your local landlord association.

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Don’t think you have to be a landlord to be a member of the landlord association. Remember, you will be an investor! Let other people do your landlording and property management. You’ll oversee them as an asset manager.

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you want to be knowledgeable about landlording, so the people you’re managing will realize you know what you’re talking about.

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Knowledge will give you power. No one will be able to pull the wool over your eyes.

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The main reason to be a member of the local landlord association is so you can get to know the other owners. These owners will eventually become sellers.

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you want to stand out as an action-taker, and associate with the movers and shakers in the group. Do this by joining committees and boards that are part of the association.

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Set yourself apart from the masses by volunteering for projects.

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What you’re really doing is—again—setting yourself apart from everyone else, and earning the good favor of the key contacts.

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Eventually, you can take on a leadership position. Whether it be president, vice president, or treasurer, become an officer and you will get instant respect and credibility.

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What if there is no landlord association in your area? Start one.

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we started the Metro South Property Owners Association.

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We had all kinds of great speakers come and talk to us: judges, lead- paint experts, other investors, financing experts, and many others. Whenever I wanted to know something, I’d invite an expert to come speak to us—for free!

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Show me a group of landlords and I’ll bet that at least some of them are thinking of selling their properties.

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These landlords are fed up and burned out. They’ve had it, and are ready to sell.

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They’re in the landlord business and are not good at it.

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They despise tenants

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They let maintenance slip.

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One sure place to find Don’t Wanters is where the local board of health takes its bad landlords to court.

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Locate that courthouse, which will be either your local district court or housing court. Get the list of owners who

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are scheduled to appear before the judge. It usually has their names and addresses and is posted on the court date.

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Start going to a few of these sessions.

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The Don’t Wanters are easy to spot. You can hear it in their tone of voice. They’ve had enough and want out. Follow them out of the courtroom, pull them aside in the hall, and give them your business card. Tell them you specialize in buying their type of property, you may want to buy theirs, and would they be interested in selling.

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As with every other deal-attracting technique, you’ll go through many no thanks responses for every how soon can we meet response.

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this method of finding deals costs zero money and very little time.

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cruise neighborhoods that you’re interested in investing in, and look at all the multi-family properties in the area. Identify the ones you would be proud to own

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look at the ones that aren’t so nice. Maybe they need paint, better landscaping, or the roof needs to be fixed. When you see trashy looking properties with broken shades and sheets hung up across win- dows, think money!

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you can make this property better!

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When you make it a proud place to live again, you’ll be making some very nice profits at the same time.

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You can get many properties for below-market prices, because of the deferred maintenance. If you can’t get it for well below market, don’t bother.

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When you see one of these properties, pull over, get out, knock on a door, and ask the tenant if you can have the owner’s contact information. You explain that you’d like to do the needed repairs on the property. The tenant’s eyes will widen and you’ll have the owner’s name in a flash. You’re telling the truth, because you’ll do those repairs when you buy it!

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go online or visit the assessor’s office. See where the city is sending the tax bill, and give that person a call. If you can’t find the number, then do your direct-mail thing.

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Many sites now list commercial properties.

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loopnet.com. This service is nation- wide and very popular: commercial brokers, residential brokers selling commercial properties

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Before the properties from commercial brokers go on the site, they have most likely been heavily picked-over. When commercial brokers get a listing, they try to sell it to their private buyers’ list first.

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you can still find good deals on Loopnet

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it will take a lot of number crunching through crummy deals to find a decent one. You’re mining for diamonds, and if you think they’re just lying about, you’ll never make it in this business. Add Loopnet as just one more way to get exposure to more deals, and you will soon become wealthy.

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Many Ways to Get Deals

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Go after foreclosures, big and small.

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Go to eviction court.

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Network with estate attorneys.

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Network with accountants.

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Network with financial planners.

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Network with the disposition agents of other real estate companies.

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Talk with real estate investment trusts and see what they might have in their portfolio that they want to dispose of.

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Read the classifieds.

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Put in a classified ad.

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There are many ways that investors sabotage their own success.

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They sit on their butts and never get started.

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actually get started, but give up at the first sign of difficulty or lack of results.

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They look for the single Silver-Bullet Technique that will make them filthy rich, and they never find it, so they give up.

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50 ways to get one deal, and you should be doing all of them! If you follow that advice, you’ll soon blow the doors off your bank account.

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we’re in the marketing business, and real estate is our product. If you don’t get this firmly fixed between your ears, you won’t be in business for long.

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become proficient in marketing to get deals

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pick up the phone, send some letters, get some lunch appointments, and get out there!

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get used to the marketing, and each action gets easier.

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start making money.

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Use many forms of marketing

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You’ll be a hero to your spouse, you’ll be the envy of the landlord association, your face will clear up, and you’ll have a better sex life!

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Flashcard 1759054269708

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the cross product is occasionally called [...] to emphasize the geometric significance
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directed area product


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In mathematics and vector algebra, the cross product or vector product (occasionally directed area product to emphasize the geometric significance) is a binary operation on two vectors in three-dimensional space (R 3 ) and is denoted by the symbol ×. Given two linearly independent vectors a and b, the cross product, a × b, is a ve

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edia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article is about the cross product of two vectors in three-dimensional Euclidean space. For other uses, see Cross product (disambiguation). <span>In mathematics and vector algebra, the cross product or vector product (occasionally directed area product to emphasize the geometric significance) is a binary operation on two vectors in three-dimensional space (R 3 ) and is denoted by the symbol ×. Given two linearly independent vectors a and b, the cross product, a × b, is a vector that is perpendicular to both a and b and thus normal to the plane containing them. It has many applications in mathematics, physics, engineering, and computer programming. It should not be confused with dot product (projection product). If two vectors have the same







You’ve located one or more good repositioning possibilities. Now we must dive in a little deeper to understand the principles

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You need to know when you’re looking at a mess that’s really a wonderful opportunity—and when you’re looking at just a mess.

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buy properties that have prob- lems, preferably in areas that have not yet fully recovered from their cyclical downswings.

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force a property to appreciate. That’s right, forced appreciation. When you take a property with a problem, and fix that problem, you can substantially increase the value of the property, regardless of general market trends. This is called a value play.

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Golden Rule of Multi- Family Investing: Only buy based on actual numbers.

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Do not buy any property based on pro forma forecasted numbers.

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discover the types of properties that are not only under-valued, but are fixable.

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Your typical value play is different from a flip. The typical flip takes three to six months. A typical value play deal will take 12 to24 months to turn around, depending on size and complexity of the repositioning.

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typically took me three to six months to do all the repairs and another couple of months to lease them up. I then either held the property for nice cash flow, or flipped it for a single fat check.

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one of your fears with multi-family properties is the fear of big numbers. I had that same fear. It kept me in small properties for almost four years. When I finally got over the fear of doing bigger deals, I couldn’t believe how easy they were, and we just kept getting bigger.

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Find—and Profit from— Burned-Out Landlords

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look for properties that are run down. You can usually spot multiple problems after just glancing at the property from the street.

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he’s advertising it to the world with his poorly maintained property. How do we find him if he’s not at housing court this week? First ask the tenants.

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#hilbert-space
Hilbert spaces arise naturally and frequently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces.

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n abstract vector space possessing the structure of an inner product that allows length and angle to be measured. Furthermore, Hilbert spaces are complete: there are enough limits in the space to allow the techniques of calculus to be used. <span>Hilbert spaces arise naturally and frequently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces. The earliest Hilbert spaces were studied from this point of view in the first decade of the 20th century by David Hilbert, Erhard Schmidt, and Frigyes Riesz. They are indispensable tool




go to the neighbors.

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go online or go to your local assessor’s office and find out where the tax bill is going.

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If you can get the phone number, call the owner. Otherwise, get the address and send him a letter saying that you want to buy the property.

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hire a management company

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manage the manager

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hrough laziness or sheer incompetence, some managers fall down on the job.

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1. Inability to keep the property full 2. Inability to collect rents 3. Higher-than-usual expenses 4. Poor tenant screening 5. Higher-than-usual evictions 6. Property not clean 7. Leasing office not attended 8. Poor tenant relations 9. Poor follow-up on tenant requests 10. Slow to get units ready to rent out again 11. Not telling you about expenses 12. Poor landscaping upkeep

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Give a property manage- ment company three months to perform. If you’re not getting the cash flow you were expecting, it’s time to give them notice and bring the next manager in.

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You should always have a clause in your management agreement that gives you (and the management company) a 30-day option to cancel the contract.

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Many people shy away from a property because it needs repairs, but the savvy investor loves these properties. Usually the uglier, the better, as long as you buy the property at a discount.

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Flashcard 1759103814924

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Hilbert spaces arise naturally and frequently in mathematics and physics, typically as [...spaces...]
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infinite-dimensional function spaces.

Think Fourier analysis


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n abstract vector space possessing the structure of an inner product that allows length and angle to be measured. Furthermore, Hilbert spaces are complete: there are enough limits in the space to allow the techniques of calculus to be used. <span>Hilbert spaces arise naturally and frequently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces. The earliest Hilbert spaces were studied from this point of view in the first decade of the 20th century by David Hilbert, Erhard Schmidt, and Frigyes Riesz. They are indispensable tool







#hilbert-space
Hilbert spaces are indispensable tools in the theories of partial differential equations, quantum mechanics, Fourier analysis and ergodic theory, which forms the mathematical underpinning of thermodynamics.

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ently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces. The earliest Hilbert spaces were studied from this point of view in the first decade of the 20th century by David Hilbert, Erhard Schmidt, and Frigyes Riesz. <span>They are indispensable tools in the theories of partial differential equations, quantum mechanics, Fourier analysis (which includes applications to signal processing and heat transfer)—and ergodic theory, which forms the mathematical underpinning of thermodynamics. John von Neumann coined the term Hilbert space for the abstract concept that underlies many of these diverse applications. The success of Hilbert space methods ushered in a very fruitfu




#hilbert-space
Geometric intuition plays an important role in many aspects of Hilbert space theory.

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alysis. Apart from the classical Euclidean spaces, examples of Hilbert spaces include spaces of square-integrable functions, spaces of sequences, Sobolev spaces consisting of generalized functions, and Hardy spaces of holomorphic functions. <span>Geometric intuition plays an important role in many aspects of Hilbert space theory. Exact analogs of the Pythagorean theorem and parallelogram law hold in a Hilbert space. At a deeper level, perpendicular projection onto a subspace (the analog of "dropping the alt




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[...] are indispensable tools in the theories of partial differential equations, quantum mechanics, Fourier analysis and ergodic theory, which forms the mathematical underpinning of thermodynamics.
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Hilbert spaces


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Hilbert spaces are indispensable tools in the theories of partial differential equations, quantum mechanics, Fourier analysis and ergodic theory, which forms the mathematical underpinning of thermodyn

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Hilbert space - Wikipedia
ently in mathematics and physics, typically as infinite-dimensional function spaces. The earliest Hilbert spaces were studied from this point of view in the first decade of the 20th century by David Hilbert, Erhard Schmidt, and Frigyes Riesz. <span>They are indispensable tools in the theories of partial differential equations, quantum mechanics, Fourier analysis (which includes applications to signal processing and heat transfer)—and ergodic theory, which forms the mathematical underpinning of thermodynamics. John von Neumann coined the term Hilbert space for the abstract concept that underlies many of these diverse applications. The success of Hilbert space methods ushered in a very fruitfu







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[...] plays an important role in many aspects of Hilbert space theory.
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Geometric intuition


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alysis. Apart from the classical Euclidean spaces, examples of Hilbert spaces include spaces of square-integrable functions, spaces of sequences, Sobolev spaces consisting of generalized functions, and Hardy spaces of holomorphic functions. <span>Geometric intuition plays an important role in many aspects of Hilbert space theory. Exact analogs of the Pythagorean theorem and parallelogram law hold in a Hilbert space. At a deeper level, perpendicular projection onto a subspace (the analog of "dropping the alt







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Linear operators on a Hilbert space are likewise fairly concrete objects: in good cases, they are simply transformations that stretch the space by different factors in mutually perpendicular directions in a sense that is made precise by the study of their spectrum.

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is countably infinite, this means that the Hilbert space can also usefully be thought of in terms of the space of infinite sequences that are square-summable. The latter space is often in the older literature referred to as the Hilbert space. <span>Linear operators on a Hilbert space are likewise fairly concrete objects: in good cases, they are simply transformations that stretch the space by different factors in mutually perpendicular directions in a sense that is made precise by the study of their spectrum. Contents [hide] 1 Definition and illustration 1.1 Motivating example: Euclidean space 1.2 Definition 1.3 Second example: sequence spaces 2 History 3 Examples 3.1 Lebesgu




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an acorn => [...] => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un gland animals


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an acorn => [...]
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un gland


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol

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an acorn => un gland animals => [...] a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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les animaux


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => [...] a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un brin d’herbe


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => [...] the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un canyon


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => [...] a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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la canopée


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => [...] the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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une grotte


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => [...] a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un nuage


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span> an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flor

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => [...] earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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une sécheresse


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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => <span>une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => [...] an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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la terre


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d animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => <span>la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest =>

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => [...] an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un tremblement de terre


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a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => <span>un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => [...] a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un estuaire


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canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => <span>un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne ali

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => [...] a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un champ


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côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => <span>un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glaci

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => [...] the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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une forêt


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age a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => <span>une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plag

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => [...] a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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l’écosystème


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n estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => <span>l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la [...] alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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chaîne


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thquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la <span>chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a l

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => [...] a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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une colline


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=> un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => <span>une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => [...] a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un cyclone


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une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => <span>un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => [...] the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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un éclair


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chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => <span>un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne

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an acorn => un gland animals => les animaux a blade of grass => un brin d’herbe a canyon => un canyon the canopy => la canopée a cave => une grotte the coast => la côte a cloud => un nuage a drought => une sécheresse earth => la terre an earthquake => un tremblement de terre an estuary => un estuaire a fern => une fougère flora and fauna => la flore et la faune a field => un champ a forest => une forêt the flowers => les fleurs the food chain => la chaîne alimentaire the ecosystem => l’écosystème a geyser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => [...] the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond => un étang a rainbow => un arc-en-ciel the rain => la pluie a downpour => une pluie diluvienne a quicksand => un sable mouvant a river => une rivière the sand => le sable the sea => la mer the sky => le ciel the snow => la neige the heat => la chaleur the stars => les étoiles a flood => une inondation a storm => une tempête a stream/a creek => un ruisseau, un cours d’eau the shore => le rivage the hail => la grêle the sun => le soleil a sunrise => un lever de soleil a sunset => un coucher de soleil a swamp/a marsh => un marais, un marécage a rock => un rocher a stone => une pierre a tornado => une tornade a cliff => une falaise a desert => un désert a tree => un arbre the bark => l’écorce the sap => la sève a stump => une souche the jungle => la jungle the savannah => la savane a trunk => un tronc a twig => une brindille a branch => une branche a hot spring => une source d’eau chaude a fir tree => un sapin a pine tree => un pin a pine cone => une pomme de pin a valley => une vallée a bush => un buisson a leaf/leaves (pl.) => une feuille/des feuilles the ground => le sol
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le brouillard


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yser => un geyser a glacier => un glacier a beach => une plage a hill => une colline a hurricane => un cyclone a lake => un lac a lightning => un éclair the monsoon => la mousson the fog/the mist/the haze => <span>le brouillard the moon => la lune the mud => la boue a mushroom => un champignon a moutain => une montagne a clump of grass => une touffe d’herbe the grass => l’herbe a pond

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