The twenty-second letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet. (noun)
cardinal number five (5). (noun)
used in the International Phonetic Alphabet and in several romanization systems of non-Latin scripts to represent a voiced labiodental fricative (IPA: /v/). (noun)
The twenty-second letter of the English alphabet, called vee and written in the Latin script. (noun)
Alternative form of v.. (abbreviation)
a shape resembling the letter v (noun)
Examples of word v
If [Delta] t seconds is the time during which the resistance of the air, R lb, causes the velocity of the shot to fall [Delta] v (f/s), so that the velocity drops from v+Â½ [Delta] v to v-Â½ [Delta] v in passing through the mean velocity v, then
Next, if the shot advances a distance [Delta] s ft. in the time [Delta] t, during which the velocity falls from v+Â½ [Delta] v to v-Â½ [Delta] v, we have
As an attempt to defend a contextualist hidden variables interpretation, this position must concede that not only does the system have, in the Q-measurement situation, a value v (Q), but also, in a P-measurement situation, it has a value vÂ² (Q), although perhaps vÂ² (Q) Â‰Â
We now apply Lemma 7, substituting v for the new variable vÂ².
In other words, the diagonalism which we have noticed above in the arrangement of young and old satyrs (vi a, v b, iv: ivÂ¹, vÂ¹ b, viÂ¹ a), is extended here to the groups themselves.