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Quasi statics refers to forces or displacements which vary slowly with time. A force is considered to vary slowly if the frequency of variation is much lower than the lowest natural frequency of the system it is applied to. Basically means the "static" but nowt exactly static.

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0its time dependent loading, where inertia effects are neglected

Yes, that is a good approximation.Yes, that is a good approximation.Yes, that is a good approximation.Yes, that is a good approximation.

3.14 is the commonly used approximation

An approximation error is the discrepancy between an exact value and the approximation to it. This occurs when the measurement of something is not precise.

That depends on how precise you want the approximation.

An approximation is an imprecise solution or result which is adequate for a defined purpose.

Wound approximation is when you bring the edges of a laceration together.

The best approximation is, of course, the exact value. A reasonable approximation is 106.

The quasi-balanced state of a thermodynamic system near to thermodynamic equilibrium, in some sense. In a quasistatic or equilibrium process, a sufficiently slow transition of a thermodynamic system from one equilibrium state to another occurs such that at every moment in time the state of the system is close to an equilibrium state. During a quasistatic process, the system reaches equilibrium much faster, almost instantaneously, than its physical parameters vary.

There is no reasonable radical approximation for radical 11.

example the rational approximation of pi is 3.14 so a rational approximation is shortening a really long number so it can be written out

That's not a "mathematical principle", it is an approximation of the number pi.That's not a "mathematical principle", it is an approximation of the number pi.That's not a "mathematical principle", it is an approximation of the number pi.That's not a "mathematical principle", it is an approximation of the number pi.

Approximation: around, almost, approximation means estimation. You think the number is around the right answer example: 2258+3695= approximatly 6050 estimation= ST Mate

The approximation wasn't exact, of course, but it was close enough.

Vogel's approximation method was developed by William R. Vogel.

cuz its only an approximation afterall

What approximation is "best" depends on the required level of accuracy.

George A. Anastassiou has written: 'Approximation Theory' 'Inequalities based on Sobolev representations' -- subject(s): Sobolev spaces 'Moments in probability and approximation theory' -- subject(s): Approximation theory, Probabilities 'Approximation by multivariate singular integrals' -- subject(s): Approximation theory, Singular integrals, Multivariate analysis

The precision of a linear approximation is dependent on the concavity of the function. If the function is concave down then the linear approximation will lay above the curve, so it will be an over-approximation ("too large"). If the function is concave up then the linear approximation will lay below the curve, so it will be an under-approximation ("too small").

estimation is to think of an answer before measuring the quantity and approximation is to round off.

an estimate

Estimate

Think of pi as infinity. It never ends. You might mean "3.14" as an approximation of pi, though.

As a very rough approximation,Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production.As a very rough approximation,Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production.As a very rough approximation,Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production.As a very rough approximation,Profit = Selling Price - Cost of Production.

Since prices will fluctuate, I've made up an approximation of the cost to replace the kitchen appliances.

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