• (a.) Of or pertaining to a style of architecture and decoration in the time of James the First, of England.

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For a transformation, y=f(x), such that f is differentiable, the jacobian is the determinant, grad_f(x) Historically, the number of y-variables equals the number of x-variables, say n, so grad_f(x) is n by n. Today, the jacobian is sometimes defined as the matrix, grad_f(x), allowing the number of functions to be less than the number of variables..

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*[mathematics]* ===Jesus=== (October 2005 Jesus peer review located here: archive 1) Our last peer review of this article is like half a year old, and besides, we`ve done a rather large amount of work to this article since then. There are definently more perspectives, we`ve got good citations for some of them too, and even though there are so

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