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**Normalization** of an algebraic variety, the operation ... system in **mathematical**
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It means different things in different contexts, but there are some common threads
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The **normalized** vector of X ... Weisstein, Eric W. "**Normalized** Vector." From ...
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**Normalization**. Date: 08/01/2001 at 13:12:00 From: michael robinson Subject:
Algebra How do I figure out this question? 90 + 70 + 88 + 94 + x / 5 = 85 I can get
it ...

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Apr 29, 2014 **...** Note: I'm assuming you are talking about statistical **normalization**. Let's use an
example. So colleges accept the SAT scores and ACT scores for ...

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May 25, 2012 **...** **normalize** the local values in a manner that it leads to elegant ... and the different
ways in which general **mathematical** terms like this can be ...

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Sep 23, 2013 **...** If you want to **normalize** you data you can do as you suggest and simply ... 50) #
**Normalized** Data **normalized** = (x-min(x))/(max(x)-min(x)) ...

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It means setting the integral of a function equal to the known value, usually 1. For example, if you were to take a QM wavefunction (giving you ...