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equation• The restrictions generated by rational expectations models are very often non-linear and are also imposed across equations rather than in a single equation.• Some of the math is quite sophisticated, using differential equations, linear algebra, and covariance matrices.• A daring proposal was made to reconcile the continuity of the Schrödinger equation with the discontinuity of empirical experience.• My equations were visual and phonetic.• Mathematicians scribble equations on blackboards and program supercomputers to make the billions of calculations needed to break a tough code.• From the production and factor supply equations, we obtain the basic growth equation.• If you're trying to get healthy by losing weight, exercise should be part of the equation.• The equations preceded the actual observations.• What A Present View forces us to do is to reconsider a traditional equation between humanism and liberalism.part of ... equation• The first part of the equation was relatively successful.• Without this human part of the equation then the multitude would not have satisfied.• But we can see them for what they are, which is part of the equation, not the equation itself.• Bees are a reminder that individuals are just part of the evolutionary equation.• High taxes and increased demand represent just part of the equation establishing the retail price of gas, however.• Francis Lee: ready to help Manchester City - but current chairman Swales is not part of the equation.• Scientific evidence is only part of the equation.From Longman Business Dictionaryequatione‧qua‧tion /ɪˈkweɪʒən/ noun [countable] a statement in mathematics, showing that two quantities are equal → accounting equation