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Gram's

**law**(Hutchinson 1925; Edwards 2001, pp. 125, 127, and 171) is the tendency for zeros of the Riemann-Siegel function Z(t) to alternate with Gram points. Stated more ...The parallelogram

**law**gives the rule for vector addition of vectors A and B. The sum A+B of the vectors is obtained by placing them head to tail and drawing the vector from ...In the English language, the probability of encountering the rth most common word is given roughly by P(r)=0.1/r for r up to 1000 or so. The

**law**breaks down for less frequent ...Let a triangle have sides of length a, b, and c and let the angles opposite these sides be denoted A, B, and C. The

**law**of tangents states ...A "

**law**of large numbers" is one of several theorems expressing the idea that as the number of trials of a random process increases, the percentage difference between the ...The Montgomery-Odlyzko

**law**(which is a**law**in the sense of empirical observation instead of through mathematical proof) states that the distribution of the spacing between ...Little's

**law**states that, under steady state conditions, the average number of items in a queuing system equals the average rate at which the items arrive multiplied by the ...The generalized

**law**of sines applies to a simplex in space of any dimension with constant Gaussian curvature. Let us work up to that. Initially in two-dimensional space, we ...The weak

**law**of large numbers (cf. the strong**law**of large numbers) is a result in probability theory also known as Bernoulli's theorem. Let X_1, ..., X_n be a sequence of ...Special functions which arise as solutions to

**second**order ordinary differential equations are commonly said to be "of the first kind" if they are nonsingular at the origin, ......