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(from the article `perfect number`) ...is prime; therefore, 7 4 = 28 (`the sum multiplied into the last`) is a perfect number. Euclid`s formula forces any perfect number obtained from ...
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(par´ĭ-te) para; the condition of a woman with respect to her having borne viable offspring. equality; close correspondence or similarity.
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[n] - (obstetrics) the number of live-born children a woman has delivered 2. [n] - (mathematics) a relation between a pair of integers: if both integers are odd or both are even they have the same parity 3. [n] - (physics) parity is conserved in a universe in which the laws of physics are the same in a right-handed system of coordina...
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Parity

• (n.) The quality or condition of being equal or equivalent; A like state or degree; equality; close correspondence; analogy; as, parity of reasoning.
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conservation of parity noun (physics) parity is conserved in a universe in which the laws of physics are the same in a right-handed system of coordinates as in a left-handed system
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(computing) Of a number, the state of being either even or odd. In computing, the term refers to the number of 1s in the binary codes used to represent data. A binary representation has even parity if it contains an even number of 1s and odd parity if it contains an odd number of 1s. For examp...
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(economics) In economics, equality of price, rate of exchange, wages, and buying power. Parity ratios may be used in the setting of wages to establish similar status to different work groups. Parity in international exchange rates means that those on a par with each other share similar buying ...
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Parity

[charity] Parity is a United Kingdom-based equal rights organisation, campaigning to promote and protect the equality of men and women under the law. Its main focus has been in the area of state pensions and associated benefits, and most of its notable successes have occurred in this field. The organisation was previously called `Campaign f...
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Parity

[law] Principle of parity is a legal concept used in codecision procedure disabling one European institution from making decision without obtaining assent of the other institution engaged in the procedure. ...
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[mathematics] Parity is a mathematical term that describes the property of an integer`s inclusion in one of two categories: even or odd. An integer is even if it is `evenly divisible` by two and odd if it is not even. For example, 6 is even because there is no remainder when dividing it by 2. By contrast, 3, 5, 7, 21 leave a remainder of 1 ...
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[physics] It can also be thought of as a test for chirality of a physical phenomenon, in that performing a parity inversion transforms a chiral phenomenon into its mirror image. A parity transformation on something achiral, on the other hand, can be viewed as an identity transformation. All fundamental interactions of elementary particles a...
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[sports] Different major governing organizations attempt to achieve parity in different ways. For example, the NFL in America has established the shared revenue plan, in which all teams equally benefit from television revenue and sales of NFL franchised goods. Many consider the NFL to be the most `fair` or competitive league, with many diff...
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Parity

Par'i·ty noun [ Latin paritas , from par , paris , equal: confer French parité . See Pair , Peer an equal.] The quality or condition of being equal or equivalent; A like state or degree; equality; close correspondence; analogy; as, parity of reasonin...
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1. (physics) The quantum-mechanical operation which reverses the signs of the coordinate axes being used to describe a system; it has no significance in classical physics, but essentially arises from the symmetry of space. Parity is equivalent to a mirror reflection followed by a rotation through 18...
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Parity

1. Equality. Same as par. See also interest parity and purchasing power parity. 2. Official value, or par value.
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Parity

A convertible bonds theoretical value if it were a straight bond without the conversion option.
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a method of checking for errors in transmitted or stored data - an extra bit (the parity bit) is added to each ASCII character so that the number of '1' bits is always odd (or always even)
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A nucleus or particle has odd (-) or even (+) parity according to whether or not its wave function changes sign when all of the space coordinates are changed.
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Parity

A nucleus or particle has odd (-) or even (+) parity according to whether or not its wave function changes sign when all of the space coordinates are changed.
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A technique for testing transmitting data. Typically, a binary digit is added to the data to make the sum of all the digits of the binary data either always even (even parity) or always odd (odd parity).
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Parity

A term used to describe an option contract's total premium when that premium is the same amount as... <a target=_blank href='http://www.finance-glossary.com/terms/parity.htm?id=2251&ginPtrCode=00000&PopupMode=false' title='Read full definition of parity'>more</a>
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An error-checking method that utilizes an extra bit that is sent to the receiving device to determin
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An extra bit added to data for error checking purposes, to make the quantity of Ones consistently either odd or even.
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parity

condition or fact of having born children
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For convertibles, level at which a convertible security`s market price equals the aggregate value of the underlying common stock; value/worth of the convertible bond considered only as an equity instrument (Conversion ratio times common price). See: Conversion value. For international parity, U.S.\$ price of a foreign stock`s last sale in an oversea...
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