indeterminate

suomi-englanti sanakirja

indeterminate englannista suomeksi

1. rajoittamaton

2. epämääräinen

3. tuntematon, määrittämätön

indeterminate englanniksi

1. Not definitively or precisely determined, because of the presence of infinity or zero symbols used in any of several improper combinations.

2. With no genetically defined end, and thus theoretically limitless.

3. Not topped with some form of terminal bud.

4. Designed to allow the incorporation of future changes whose nature is not yet known.

5. 2014, David Oakley, ''The Phenomenon of Architecture in Cultures in Change'', page 196,

6. It bears an affinity to the problem of indeterminate architecture—the indeterminate residential area.
7. A symbol that resembles a variable or parameter but is used purely formally and neither signifies nor is ever assigned a particular value; a variable.

8. 1862, H. J. Stephen Smith, ''Report on the Theory of Numbers—Part III'', ''Report of the 31st Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science'', (w), page 292,

9. The form is linear, quadratic, cubic, biquadratic or quartic, quintic, &c., according to its order in respect of the indeterminates it contains; and binary, ternary, quaternary, &c., according to the number of its indeterminates. Thus x^2+y^2 is a binary quadratic form, x^3+y^3+z^3 -3xyz is a ternary cubic form.
10. 1892, Henry B. Fine, ''Kronecker and His Arithmetical Theory of the Algebraic Equation'', Thomas S. Fiske, Harold Jacoby (editors), ''Bulletin of the New York Mathematical Society, Volume 1'', (w), page 179,

11. Such a factor is therefore an integral function of x and the indeterminates u_1, u_2,\dots u_n with coefficients belonging to the domain of rationality (R', R'', ..) and may be represented by g(x, u_1, u_2, .. u_n).
12. 2006, Alexander B. Levin, ''Difference Algebra'', M. Hazewinkel, ''Handbook of Algebra'', page 251,

13. Let T=T_\sigma and let S be the polynomial R-algebra in the set of indeterminates \left \{ y_{i,\tau} \right \}_{i\in I, \tau\in T} with indices from the set I \times T.
14. (feminine plural of)

15. (inflection of)