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Stimulating selection of over three hundred strange difficulties regarding equations and inequalities, Diophantine equations, quantity idea, quadratic equations, logarithms and extra. difficulties diversity from effortless to tough. particular suggestions, in addition to short solutions, for all difficulties are supplied.
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To see the connection to uniqueness, suppose a percolation model with finite energy were to have, say, a positive probability of having exactly two infinite occupied clusters. Then from finite energy those configurations in which these two infinite clusters were joined together into a single infinite cluster would also receive positive probability. But this yields a contradiction, since ergodicity ensures that the number of infinite clusters is essentially nonrandom. This same argument, from , rules out any given number of infinite clusters except 0, 1 or infinity.
1. 1. 1. 1. (j12 el2 The key idea presented by Backus is that these equations can be rearranged into a form where rapidly varying coefficients multiply slowly varying stresses or strains. For simple layering, we know physically (and can easily prove mathematically) that the normal stress and the tangential strains must be continuous at the boundaries between layers. IT the layering direction is the z or X3 direction as is the normal choice in the acoustics and geophysics literature, then (j33, (j23, (j31, ell, e22, and el2 are continuous and in fact constant throughout such a laminated material.