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In mathematics, the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output) at point a is defined as using functions and their derivatives meaning in words: [...]

It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output $$f(a)$$ with respect to the relative change in its input $$a$$, for infinitesimal changes from a point .

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the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output) at point a is defined as using functions and their derivatives meaning in words: <span>It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output $$f(a)$$ with respect to the relative change in its input $$a$$, for infinitesimal changes from a point . <span><body><html>

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er:filter:minify-css:7:3904d24a08aa08f6a68dc338f9be277e */ Elasticity of a function From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search <span>In mathematics, the elasticity or point elasticity of a positive differentiable function f of a positive variable (positive input, positive output) at point a is defined as or equivalently It is thus the ratio of the relative (percentage) change in the function's output with respect to the relative change in its input , for infinitesimal changes from a point . Equivalently, it is the ratio of the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of a function with respect to the infinitesimal change of the logarithm of the argument. The elasticity of a function is a constant if and only if the function has the form for a constant . The elasticity at a point is the limit of the arc elasticity between two points as

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Rewrite $$5^2-2^2$$ as a product.

We have

$5^2-2^2 = (5-2) \times (5+2) = 3\times 7.$

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ction contains examples and problems to boost understanding in the usage of the difference of squares identity: $$a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)$$. Here are the examples to learn the usage of the identity. <span>Rewrite $$5^2-2^2$$ as a product. We have $5^2-2^2 = (5-2) \times (5+2) = 3\times 7. \ _\square$ Calculate $$299\times 301$$. You can brute force the answer to this problem by using a calculator, but we have a sweeter way. We can apply the difference of two squares identity. At fir

#### Flashcard 3199204461836

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Which bacreria causes Whipple’s disease?
Whipple’s disease is a rare infectious bacterial disease caused by Tropheryma whipplei

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• In Whipple’s disease, 87% are males, usually white and middle- aged.
• It presents with arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss.
• Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the heart, lung, joints and brain occur, simulating many neurological conditions

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• In Whipple’s disease, 87% are [...].
• It presents with arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss.
• Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the heart, lung, joints and brain occur, simulating many neurological conditions
males, usually white and middle- aged

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In Whipple’s disease, 87% are males, usually white and middle- aged. It presents with arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss. Peripheral lymphadenopat

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• In Whipple’s disease, 87% are males, usually white and middle- aged.
• It presents with [...], progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss.
• Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the heart, lung, joints and brain occur, simulating many neurological conditions
arthritis and arthralgia

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In Whipple’s disease, 87% are males, usually white and middle- aged. It presents with arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss. Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the heart, lung, join

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• In Whipple’s disease, 87% are males, usually white and middle- aged.
• It presents with arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss.
• Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the [...] occur, simulating many neurological conditions
heart, lung, joints and brain

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arthritis and arthralgia, progressing over years to weight loss and diarrhoea with abdominal pain, systemic symptoms of fever and weight loss. Peripheral lymphadenopathy and involvement of the <span>heart, lung, joints and brain occur, simulating many neurological conditions <span>

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How diagnosis of Whipple’s disease is made?
• Diagnosis is made by small bowel biopsy.
• Periodic acid–Schiff (PAS)-positive macrophages are present but are nonspecific.
• On electron microscopy, the characteristic trilaminar cell wall of T. whipplei can be seen within macrophages.
• T. whipplei antibodies can be identified by immunohistochemistry.
• A confirmatory PCR-based assay is available

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What is the treatment of Whipple’s disease?
• Treatment is with antibiotics which cross the blood-brain barrier,
• such as 160 mg Trimethoprim and 800 mg sulpha- methoxazole (co-trimoxazole) daily for 1 year.
• This is preceded by a 2-week course of streptomycin and penicillin or ceftriaxone.
• Treatment periods of less than a year are associated with relapse in about 40%

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in 10% of cases of IBD causing colitis a definitive diagnosis of either UC or CD is not possible and the diagnosis is termed colitis of undetermined type and etiology (CUTE).

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in 10% of cases of IBD causing colitis a definitive diagnosis of either UC or CD is not possible and the diagnosis is termed [...]
colitis of undetermined type and etiology (CUTE).

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in 10% of cases of IBD causing colitis a definitive diagnosis of either UC or CD is not possible and the diagnosis is termed colitis of undetermined type and etiology (CUTE).

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Jewish people are more prone to inflammatory bowel disease than any other ethnic group.

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[...] people are more prone to inflammatory bowel disease than any other ethnic group.
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Jewish people are more prone to inflammatory bowel disease than any other ethnic group.

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Although the aetiology of IBD is unknown, it is increasingly clear that IBD represents the interaction between several co-factors, what are they?
• Genetic susceptibility
• The environment
• The intestinal microbiota
• Host immune response

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Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative colitis are complex polygenic diseases and having a positive family history is the largest independent risk factor.

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Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative colitis are [...] and having a positive family history is the largest independent risk factor.
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Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative colitis are complex polygenic diseases and having a positive family history is the largest independent risk factor.

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ORIE_LIGNE=( #next lines reorient all the line element on ’topbeam’ #along a vector lying along y global axis #with origin at node ’masseN

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An identity equation is an equation that is always true for any value substituted into the variable. $$_\square$$

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ction contains examples and problems to boost understanding in the usage of the difference of squares identity: $$a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)$$. Here are the examples to learn the usage of the identity. <span>Rewrite $$5^2-2^2$$ as a product. We have $5^2-2^2 = (5-2) \times (5+2) = 3\times 7. \ _\square$ Calculate $$299\times 301$$. You can brute force the answer to this problem by using a calculator, but we have a sweeter way. We can apply the difference of two squares identity. At fir

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nstead of using a K_TR_D_L for the ’hinge’ group we may use a beam element with a null, or near null, value for the moment of inertia on the right axis.

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As we use a null or near null for one value of moment of inertia 1 it is of course meaningless to try to calculate the related bending stress in these elements, but the forces and moments are meaningful! Last but not least using short beam elements or discrete elements is not strictly equivalent, chapter 3.1 provides a deeper insight into discrete stiffness elements

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In set theory "naive" and "axiomatic" are contrasting words. The present treatment might best be described as axiomatic set theory from the naive point of view. It is axiomatic in that some axioms for set theory are stated and used as the basis of all subsequent proofs. It is naive in that the language and notation are those of ordinary informal (but for- malizable) mathematics.

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Since the two factors are different by \2b\, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares.

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lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ? \] Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: $\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac) #### Flashcard 3209515896076 Tags #mathematics #polynomials #precalculus Question Since the two factors are different by [...], the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. Answer 2b status measured difficulty not learned 37% [default] 0 #### Parent (intermediate) annotation Open it Since the two factors are different by 2b , the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is #### Original toplevel document Difference Of Squares | Brilliant Math &amp; Science Wiki lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ?$ Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: $\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac) #### Flashcard 3209517468940 Tags #mathematics #polynomials #precalculus Question Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is [...] then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. Answer even status measured difficulty not learned 37% [default] 0 #### Parent (intermediate) annotation Open it Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot #### Original toplevel document Difference Of Squares | Brilliant Math &amp; Science Wiki lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ?$ Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: $\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac) #### Flashcard 3209519303948 Tags #mathematics #polynomials #precalculus Question Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the [...] is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. Answer product status measured difficulty not learned 37% [default] 0 #### Parent (intermediate) annotation Open it Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 square #### Original toplevel document Difference Of Squares | Brilliant Math &amp; Science Wiki lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ?$ Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: $\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac) #### Flashcard 3209521138956 Tags #mathematics #polynomials #precalculus Question Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be [...], so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. Answer even status measured difficulty not learned 37% [default] 0 #### Parent (intermediate) annotation Open it Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the differ #### Original toplevel document Difference Of Squares | Brilliant Math &amp; Science Wiki lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ?$ Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: $\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac) #### Flashcard 3209522187532 Tags #mathematics #polynomials #precalculus Question Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by [...]. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. Answer four status measured difficulty not learned 37% [default] 0 #### Parent (intermediate) annotation Open it Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. 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Rewrite 52−22 as a product. We have 52−22=(5−2)×(5+2)=3×7.

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ction contains examples and problems to boost understanding in the usage of the difference of squares identity: $$a^2-b^2=(a+b)(a-b)$$. Here are the examples to learn the usage of the identity. <span>Rewrite $$5^2-2^2$$ as a product. We have $5^2-2^2 = (5-2) \times (5+2) = 3\times 7. \ _\square$ Calculate $$299\times 301$$. You can brute force the answer to this problem by using a calculator, but we have a sweeter way. We can apply the difference of two squares identity. At fir

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Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if a−b is even then a+b must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not

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lor{blue}{2014} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{blue}{2014} - \color{blue}{2014}\color{red}{2013} \times \color{blue}{2014}\color{fuchsia}{2015} = ? \] Don't use a calculator! Further Extension <span>Since the two factors are different by $$2b$$, the factors will always have the same parity. That is, if $$a-b$$ is even then $$a+b$$ must also be even, so the product is divisible by four. Or neither are divisible by 2, so the product is odd. This implies that numbers which are multiple of 2 but not 4 cannot be expressed as the difference of 2 squares. The product of two differences of two squares is itself a difference of two squares in two different ways: \[\begin{array} { l l l } \left(a^2-b^2\right)\left(c^2-d^2\right) &= (ac)

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②案例

③可实施性

“在学习一门新的知识时，短时间集中注意力不难” + “（刻意练习）高手的练习每次最多1到1.5小时，每天最多4到5小时。没人受得了更多”→→→→结合我们20小时学一门教材的目标，可以得出一个结论：我们进行的不是严格意义刻意练习，我们的强度也没有那个国外小子那么高，而且一轮下来只要20小时，即便是用刻意练习的方式进行，也是可以接受的。学完一科，我们可以进行休整放松，不用严打紧逼。而且就我个人而言，一天高效学习时间安排在八个小时左右，是可以执行的。

④如果保证利用好自己的高效时间？ 学习仪式感：

⑤为什么不首先直接去阅读文字呢？

（在重新排版的时候，我请额外圈出一句话：推荐者万万众，实践者几几人！——这句话太好了，且做我的名言2号。） 这个建议是这样：