We try to call, every day, the relative.
(A) Mean of relative OTU abundances at phylum level for the three studied groups.
The relative atomic mass of carbon is 12, while the relative atomic mass of magnesium is 24.
Geach first broached the subject of relative identity and introduced the phrase ‘relative identity’.
Where Boër and Lycan view knowing-wh as context-relative, Schaffer (2007) views it as question-relative.
The relative atomic mass of an element , symbol Ar, is the relative mass of its atoms compared to the mass of a carbon-12 atom.
In terms of mass, a mole (mol) is the relative atomic mass (Ar) of an element in grams, or the relative formula mass (Mr) in grams if it's a compound .
The relative atomic mass of an element , symbol Ar, is defined as the relative mass of its atoms compared to the mass of a particular carbon atom (carbon-12).
This sort of relative identity trinitarianism, however, depends on the very controversial claim that there's no such relation as (non-sortal-relative, absolute) identity.
Relative to the Son-strand, 2 will be true, but 1 will be false. 3 and 5 will be true relative to any strand, but in any case, we will not be able to establish either 4 or 6.
That is, such relative rotation with respect to immediately adjacent bodies need not produce any centrifugal endeavor in the parts of the body to recede from the axis of relative rotation.
Since the tomato is moving relative to Tortoise, and is not moving relative to Hare, if P2* is true, it must not be taken to mean that the tomato is moving relative to Hare.
Now they're largely with relatives, but that can range from a close relative to a very distant relative — someone they may have known to someone they had no idea who was their relative.
It is also important to note that relative ages are inherently more precise, since two or more units deposited minutes or years apart would have identical absolute ages but precisely defined relative ages.
Absolute states, then, provide absolute properties for complete composite systems by way of the standard eigenvalue-eigenstate link, and relative states provide relative properties for subsystems of a composite system.
According to relativism the tomato is not red simpliciter: rather, it is red relative to Nonvert (not green relative to Nonvert), and green relative to Invert (not red relative to Invert).
When performing spatial tasks, such as replicating a sequence of objects in two different locations, they preserved the arrangement relative to absolute coordinates even in conditions where English speakers would use relative coordinates.
The figure indicates that for a 63-year-old, the sentence ‘x is old’ is true relative to the 3rd range of ‘old’ and relative to the 4th range and relative to the 5th, and false relative to the 1st and to the 2nd.
A word about relative clauses: restrictive relative clauses (also known as defining, best thought of as giving essential information by narrowing it down) are not enclosed by commas, whereas non-restrictive relative clauses (non-defining, giving non-essential information) are.
The motion of the piston in the engine of a moving automobile, for example, is of more interest relative to the block than relative to the ground, whereas the motion of the moving parts of the engine relative to one another may be more important than their motions relative to the block.
- estimated by comparison; not absolute or complete
Example: a relative stranger
- a person related by blood or marriage
Example: police are searching for relatives of the deceased
- properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics; usually followed by `to'
- an animal or plant that bears a relationship to another (as related by common descent or by membership in the same genus)
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