Definition of Reducibility

1. Noun. The property of being reducible. ¹

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Definition of Reducibility

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reducibility

reduced circumstances
reduced enamel epithelium
reduced eye
reduced glutathione
reduced haematin
reduced haemoglobin
reduced instruction set computer
reduced instruction set computing
reduced interarch distance
reducibility (current term)
reducible hernia
reducing agent
reducing agents
reducing diet
reducing enzyme
reducing sugar
reducing sugars
reducing valve

Literary usage of Reducibility

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Theory of Differential Equations by Andrew Russell Forsyth (1906)
"As regards the possible reducibility of a given expression,, ... The condition for reducibility (and, if the condition is satisfied^ the reduced form) of an ..."

2. Journal by Chartered Insurance Institute (1898)
"Blast-Furnace Slag 405 IV. Foundry Practice Iron 395 I.—BLAST-FURNACE PRACTICE. 400 Determining the Relative reducibility of Iron Ores. ..."

3. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1903)
"bichromate solution may not be very accurately determined with silver. IOWA COLLEGE, GRINNELL, IOWA, March 91, 1903. reducibility OF SOHE METALLIC ..."

4. A Treatise on Linear Differential Equations by Thomas Craig (1889)
"The first equation, having all the integrals of the second for integrals, is said to be a reducible equation. We have here the first notion of reducibility ..."

5. Handbook on Hedonic Indexes and Quality Adjustments in Price Indexes by Jack E. Triplett (2006)
"Transparency and reducibility It has often been said that hedonic indexes lack transparency and reducibility. This contention, expressed by statistical ..."

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