a group of symbols that make a mathematical statement
directions for making something
a conventionalized statement expressing some fundamental principle
formula, chemical formula(noun)
a representation of a substance using symbols for its constituent elements
convention, normal, pattern, rule, formula(noun)
something regarded as a normative example
"the convention of not naming the main character"; "violence is the rule not the exception"; "his formula for impressing visitors"
a liquid food for infants
(mathematics) a standard procedure for solving a class of mathematical problems
"he determined the upper bound with Descartes' rule of signs"; "he gave us a general formula for attacking polynomials"
Any mathematical rule expressed symbolically.
uE000102967uE001 is the formula for finding the roots of the quadratic equation y = ax + bx + c.
A symbolic expression of the structure of a compound.
HO is the formula for water (Dihydrogen monoxide)
A plan of action intended to solve a problem.
A formulation; a prescription; a mixture or solution made in a prescribed manner; the identity and quantities of ingredients of such a mixture.
The formula of the rocket fuel has not been revealed.
Drink given to babies to substitute for mother's milk.
A syntactic expression of a proposition, built up from quantifiers, logical connectives, variables, relation and operation symbols, and, depending on the type of logic, possibly other operators such as modal, temporal, deontic or epistemic ones.
Origin: From formula, diminutive of forma; see form.
a prescribed or set form; an established rule; a fixed or conventional method in which anything is to be done, arranged, or said
a written confession of faith; a formal statement of foctrines
a rule or principle expressed in algebraic language; as, the binominal formula
a prescription or recipe for the preparation of a medicinal compound
a symbolic expression (by means of letters, figures, etc.) of the constituents or constitution of a compound
Origin: [L., dim. of forma form, model. SeeForm, n.]
In science, a formula is a concise way of expressing information symbolically as in a mathematical or chemical formula. The informal use of the term formula in science refers to the general construct of a relationship between given quantities. The plural of formula can be spelled either as formulas or formulae. In mathematics, a formula is an entity constructed using the symbols and formation rules of a given logical language. For example, determining the volume of a sphere requires a significant amount of integral calculus; but, having done this once, mathematicians can produce a formula to describe the volume in terms of some other parameter. This particular formula is: Having obtained this result, and knowing the radius of the sphere in question, we can quickly and easily determine its volume. Note that the volume V and the radius r are expressed as single letters instead of words or phrases. This convention, while less important in a relatively simple formula, means that mathematicians can more quickly manipulate larger and more complex formulae. In modern chemistry, a chemical formula is a way of expressing information about the proportions of atoms that constitute a particular chemical compound, using a single line of chemical element symbols, numbers, and sometimes other symbols, such as parentheses, brackets, and plus and minus signs. For example, H2O is the chemical formula for water, specifying that each molecule consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Similarly, O? 3 denotes an ozone molecule consisting of three oxygen atoms and having a net negative charge.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
form′ū-la, n. a prescribed form: a formal statement of doctrines: (math.) a general expression for solving problems: (chem.) a set of symbols expressing the components of a body:—pl. Formul? (form′ū-lē), Form′ulas.—adjs. Form′ular, Formularis′tic.—ns. Formularisā′tion, Formulā′tion; Form′ulary, a formula: a book of formul? or precedents.—adj. prescribed: ritual.—vs.t. Form′ulāte, Form′ulise, to reduce to or express in a formula: to state or express in a clear or definite form. [L., dim. of forma.]
A perfect and accurate specific creation.
The formula for the response is created easily, effectively and efficiently to meet the current choices and agreements.Submitted by MaryC on May 3, 2020
A perfect, accurate and specific mathematical creation.
The formula for the answer is created easily, effectively and efficiently.Submitted by MaryC on May 3, 2020
A perfect, accurate and specific rule or principle.
The formula was easy , the solution was expressed and worked.Submitted by MaryC on February 8, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'formula' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3753
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Rank popularity for the word 'formula' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2893
Rank popularity for the word 'formula' in Nouns Frequency: #1324
The numerical value of formula in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of formula in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
Examples of formula in a Sentence
I have loved racing and motorsport from a very young age and to drive a Formula One car goes even beyond my dreams and what I thought was possible, i hope doing so on the day when women can drive on the roads in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia shows what you can do if you have the passion and spirit to dream.
Alexander Albon would be ignorant if Alexander Albon wouldn't look at it. As Lewis mentioned, it's very difficult for us to get acceptance from outside because we don't have the smallest footprint as the races happen around the world, in general, Formula One I feel should do more... we should send a much stronger message. Everybody can do something, contribute a little bit.
In the world there are 450 million annual television spectators, that's very important and Renault will be the only generic make present in Formula One with its own team.
She has been sick after every feed since starting this new formula.
Younger people should be concerned for two reasons. You are not immune or safe from getting seriously ill. Even though when you look at the total numbers, it's overwhelmingly weighted towards the elderly and those with underlying conditions. But the virus isn't a mathematical formula. There are going to be people who are young who are going to wind up getting seriously ill. So protect yourself.
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- ????, ??????Arabic
- fórmulaCatalan, Valencian
- vzorec, formuleCzech
- resepti, kaava, ?idinmaidonvastike, toimintamalliFinnish
- foirmleScottish Gaelic
- 定式, 公式Japanese
- ??????????, ???????Khmer
- ture tātaiMāori
- formelNorwegian Nynorsk
- wzór, wzór chemicznyPolish
- formul?, formul? chimic?Romanian
- формула, formulaSerbo-Croatian
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