Translation of resultant in Spanish:


resultante, n.

Pronunciation /rɪˈzʌlt(ə)nt//rəˈzəltnt/


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    resultante feminine
    • Measurements may be made, very crudely, by measuring the dips of the resultants of the primary and secondary magnetic fields or in more sophisticated ways by measuring amplitudes and phases of various field components.
    • In Commons's work two opposing resultants of underlying, real economic forces do not impersonally, mechanistically interact and come into static equilibrium.
    • The contrast between resultants, like the weight of a macroscopic object, and emergents, like an object's colour, seems intuitive enough; but on examination, it is very hard to make precise.
    • He proved various results on resultants including what is essentially Cramer's rule.


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