equivalence englannista suomeksi
A number in intersection theory. A positive-dimensional variety sometimes behaves formally as if it were a finite number of points; this number is its equivalence.
1646, (w), ''(w)'', London: Edw. Dod & Nath. Ekins, 1650, Book I, p. 25,https://archive.org/details/BrownePseudodoxia1650Clark
- (..) whether the transgression of Eve seducing, did not exceed that of Adam seduced, or whether the resistibility of his reason did not equivalence the facility of her seduction, we shall referre it unto the Schoolman.
1647, (w), ''A Missive of Consolation sent from Flanders, to the Catholikes of England'', Louvain, p. 53,http://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/010657643
- (..) every one being struck with wonder at the vertue and patience of the sufferers, began to think that worthy the enquiring into, which men thought so much better worth then their lives; and these reflections converted more then the best verball expressions, to such auditors, as thought life not to be equivalenced by any compensation.