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There is, then, a case to be made for specifying an upper bound.
For the government, formulating reasonable retail price upper bound is important to control the water resource wholesale price and retail price.
Among her topics are a disproof of Bell's theorem by Clifford algebra valued local variables, failure of the theorem and the local causality of the entangled photons, what sets the upper bound on quantum correlations, restoring local causality and objective reality to the entangled photons, and refutation of some arguments against the disproof.
The lower and upper bounds for the projected 630 million adults worldwide who would like to migrate are 618 million and 643 million.
lt;span style="mso-spacerun: yes;"> </span>When the pairs move to the upper bound of that range, they short it.
This will prevent them from getting full control of the market and at the same time set an upper bound on the prices that other retailers will be able to charge for their products.
The highly contaminated butter sample had a total upper bound PBDE level of 42,252 pg/g wet weight (ww), with concentrations of BDE congeners 206, 207, and 209 of 2,000, 2,290, and 37,600 pg/g ww, respectively.
Knapsack Problem As for n pieces of different weight luggage, the knapsack problem requests the best combination of the luggage packed into the knapsack that a weight k is assumed to be an upper bound .