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Harvey W. Halbert

values represent the algebraic averageof a large number of individual values, some positiveand some negative.Professor Beers fails to distinguish between neglecting a term as small in comparison with larger termsand neglecting it in comparison with other terms of thesame order of magnitude. Consider equation (3) frommy paper:idp awdt az-_ 4- - = - div V.The approximate magnitude of the three terms islo+, and sec-', respectively. Therefore,(l/p)dp/dt may be neglected without doing violenceto the

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JAMES E. MILLER

values represent the algebraic averageof a large number of individual values, some positiveand some negative.Professor Beers fails to distinguish between neglecting a term as small in comparison with larger termsand neglecting it in comparison with other terms of thesame order of magnitude. Consider equation (3) frommy paper:idp awdt az-_ 4- - = - div V.The approximate magnitude of the three terms islo+, and sec-', respectively. Therefore,(l/p)dp/dt may be neglected without doing violenceto the

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Robert G. Fleagle

values represent the algebraic averageof a large number of individual values, some positiveand some negative.Professor Beers fails to distinguish between neglecting a term as small in comparison with larger termsand neglecting it in comparison with other terms of thesame order of magnitude. Consider equation (3) frommy paper:idp awdt az-_ 4- - = - div V.The approximate magnitude of the three terms islo+, and sec-', respectively. Therefore,(l/p)dp/dt may be neglected without doing violenceto the

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Norman R. Beers

values represent the algebraic averageof a large number of individual values, some positiveand some negative.Professor Beers fails to distinguish between neglecting a term as small in comparison with larger termsand neglecting it in comparison with other terms of thesame order of magnitude. Consider equation (3) frommy paper:idp awdt az-_ 4- - = - div V.The approximate magnitude of the three terms islo+, and sec-', respectively. Therefore,(l/p)dp/dt may be neglected without doing violenceto the

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