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**law**is a mathematical statement which always holds true. Whereas "laws" in physics are generally experimental observations backed up by theoretical underpinning, laws in ...The first strong

**law**of small numbers (Gardner 1980, Guy 1988, 1990) states "There aren't enough small numbers to meet the many demands made of them." The**second**strong**law**...Let V be a real symmetric matrix of large order N having random elements v_(ij) that for i<=j are independently distributed with equal densities, equal

**second**moments m^2, ...Let a, b, and c be the lengths of the legs of a triangle opposite angles A, B, and C. Then the

**law**of sines states that a/(sinA)=b/(sinB)=c/(sinC)=2R, (1) where R is the ...A phenomenological

**law**also called the first digit**law**, first digit phenomenon, or leading digit phenomenon. Benford's**law**states that in listings, tables of statistics, ...The

**law**appearing in the definition of Boolean algebras and lattice which states that a ^ (a v b)=a v (a ^ b)=a for binary operators v and ^ (which most commonly are logical ...A

**law**in (2-valued) logic which states there is no third alternative to truth or falsehood. In other words, for any statement A, either A or not-A must be true and the other ...Let a, b, and c be the lengths of the legs of a triangle opposite angles A, B, and C. Then the

**law**of cosines states a^2 = b^2+c^2-2bccosA (1) b^2 = a^2+c^2-2accosB (2) c^2 = ...An exponential growth

**law**of the form y=ar^x characterizing a quantity which increases at a fixed rate proportionally to itself.Every real number is negative, 0, or positive. The

**law**is sometimes stated as "For arbitrary real numbers a and b, exactly one of the relations a<b, a=b, a>b holds" (Apostol ......