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gismu x1 is a function/single-valued mapping from domain x2 to range x3 defined by expression/rule x4. See also mekso, bridi.
Function (mathematics)
cu'a zei fancu
zei-lujvo f1 is an absolute value function from domain f2 to range f3. Defined by: f(x) = abs(x)
ro da poi fancu lo nuncfa cu fancu lo nunfa'o
Whatever is subject to origination is all subject to cessation.
ro selpau cu fancu lo nunfusra
All compounded things are subject to decay.
lo ni mi jimpe ti na te fancu tu'a do
I don't depend on you to understand this.
ga'inai lo se ciska be fi lo bakryta'o cu sinxa lo tenfa naje cibjgacmaci fancu
Er, Sir? What's written on the blackboard isn't an exponential function but a trigonometric one ...
lo ni mi'o snada cu te fancu lo ni mi'o troci
Our success depends on how hard we try.
fu'ivla x1 (event) is the style, manner of doing or presenting x2 (event); x1 (event) is the way or manner in which activity x2 (event) is done/happens See also fancu
gismu rafsi: bri x1 (du'u) is a predicate relationship with relation x2 among arguments (sequence/set) x3. Also: x3 are related by relation x2 (= terbri for reordered places). (x3 is a set completely specified); See also sumti, fancu.
gismu rafsi: mek me'o x1 [quantifier/expression] is a mathematical expression interpreted under rules/convention x2. See also cmaci, dilcu, fancu, frinu, jalge, namcu, parbi, pilji.
lo jdima be lo broda cu te fancu lo ni le broda cu se sabji ce lo ni le broda cu se cpedu
The price of a good is a function of its supply and demand.
li fy pe li xy cu fancu li ma'u li ma'u no me'o vei xy su'i pa ve'o pi'i vei xy vu'u pa ve'o
f(x) = (x + 1) (x − 1), where x > 1, f(x) > 0.
fu'ivla x1 (plural of ordered pairs) is an exhaustive set (possibly infinite) of inputs/outputs defining a unary function which yields result x3 when given input x2; x1(x2) = x3 "f(x) = z" == "fy funtiio xy fi zy". "lo ro se zilbri be lo ka ce'u sumji ce'u li pa" is a way to extract the input/output set of the relation "f(x) = x−1", so that you can use it as funtiio's x1. Using a la-name for referring to a function is also an option, for example "la .fankcyn. cu funtiio li re li ci". See also fancu, fancuka.