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What is Bell's inequality?
Inequality refers primarily to the condition of being unequal, and it tends to relate to things that can be expressed in numbers.1Inequity, in its main sense, is a close… synonym of injustice and unfairness, so it usually relates to more qualitative matters.2 For example, one might say that income inequality results from inequity in society, or that inequality in taxation is a great inequity.
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Linear algebraic inequalities can be described as an expression with a variable >/< an expression with a variable. For example, 2x…
Bell's palsy is a paralysis of cranial nerve VII (the facial nerve) resulting in inability to control facial muscles on the affected side. Several conditions can cause a facia…l paralysis, e.g., brain tumor, stroke, and Lyme disease. However, if no specific cause can be identified, the condition is known as Bell's palsy. Named after Scottish anatomist Charles Bell, who first described it, Bell's palsy is the most common acute mononeuropathy (disease involving only one nerve) and is the most common cause of acute facial nerve paralysis. Bell's palsy is defined as an idiopathic unilateral facial nerve paralysis, usually self-limiting. The trademark is rapid onset of partial or complete palsy, usually in a single day. It is thought that an inflammatory condition leads to swelling of the facial nerve. The nerve travels through the skull in a narrow bone canal beneath the ear. Nerve swelling and compression in the narrow bone canal are thought to lead to nerve inhibition, damage or death. No readily identifiable cause for Bell's palsy has been found. Doctors may prescribe anti-inflammatory and anti-viral drugs. Early treatment is necessary for the drug therapy to have effect. The effect of treatment is still controversial. Most people recover spontaneously and achieve near-normal to normal functions. Many show signs of improvement as early as 10 days after the onset, even without treatment. Often the eye in the affected side cannot be closed. The eye must be protected from drying up, or the cornea may be permanently damaged resulting in impaired vision. In some cases denture wearers experience some discomfort. -from another search engine- partial paralyze of your face. half of your face does not function. Bell's palsy is a paralysis of the facial nerve or weakness of the muscles on one side of your face.
Anyone who has had chicken pox or shingles, or any other type of herpes virus infection. Answer 2 Anyone can get Bell's Palsy, what you get it from is a separate question. I h…ad chicken pox twice, no herpes, but it's presumed that ANY virus even a cold/flu can trigger symptoms of Bell's Palsy. I have Bell's Palsy right now which began two weeks ago. Stress is number one factor after a battle with a simple cold. I am using b-complex vitamins which is helping to heal the nerve and I do see improvement. Antiviral drugs do not help with any nerve issues, only make you sicker.
A double inequality is an inequality where there are two signs, as opposed to one. Ex: an inequality could be 3x < 15 A double inequality could be 3x < 15 < x + 20 If you'd w…ant to solve that double inequality, you split it into to expressions: 3x < 15 and x + 20 > 15 Then just solve. x < 5 and x > -5 -5 < x < 5
An inequality is simply a relation between two mathematical expressions that is not strictly equal. For example, the relation can be "greater than" (>), less than (…
It is the 'equals' sign with a diagonal slash through it.
When you divide both sides by a negative value
An inequality is actually an equation. It is solved just like an equation, except it has no exact answer. Instead many numbers will satisify the inequality. For this r…eason the answers on a inequality are plotted on a number line. The answers are also written as a set of numbers. In mathematics, an inequality is a statement about the relative size or order of two objects, or about whether they are the same or not (See also: equality). *The notation a < b means that a is less than b. *The notation a > b means that a is greater than b. ...
Global inequality, in a broad sense, is the idea that people in different places (or times) are unequal in terms of their relations to one-another. Usually, people focus on ec…onomic equality, and, in the world, different regions are differently developed and, therefore, have different levels of wealth between them and distributions of wealth in their populations. Economic inequality is difficult to measure but a popular method is known as the GINI coefficient, which measures inequality by dispersion of income in different segments of society.
You have to graph an inequality on a number line. For example, x>3. The number 3 on the number line gets an open circle around it, and a line is extended to all the other poss…ible equations. There is an open circle if it is a "greater than or less than" sign, and there is a shaded circle if there is "greater than or equal to, or a less than or equal to" sign.
Hello i was seeing if you can help me answer this question. 1.How do you Graph Inqualities? 2.What are the 6 Scientific Inquiry St…eps
Inequalities are less than, equal to, less than or equal to, or more than or equal to. Inequalities can NOT contain an equal sign.
its when an equation has a > sign or a < sign.. such as x
heres an example: 3x+4>10 in this case, the answer to this inequality would be x>2