linear in Turkish

s. çizgisel, doğrusal, birinci derece, linear

linear in English

adj. straight; one dimensional; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; narrow and elongated; involving linear functions or equations (Mathematics)
adv. linearly, in the manner of a straight line
adj. linear, straight; pertaining to length; involving or resembling lines; involving linear functions or equations (Mathematics)

Example Sentences

Is the system linear?
Sistem doğrusal mıdır?
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In a time-bound society time is seen as linear- in other words as a straight line extending from the past, through the present, to the future.
Zamana bağlı bir toplumda zaman lineer olarak görülür-yani geçmişten şimdiki zamana ve geleceğe doğru uzanan düz bir çizgi olarak.
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Kathleen is studying linear algebra.
Kathleen lineer cebir çalışıyor.
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The dream of world war may be linked to a linear religion.
Dünya savaşı hayali, doğrusal bir dinle ilişkilendirilebilir.
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designating or involving an equation whose terms are of the first degree: bilinear, additive
of or in or along or relating to a line; involving a single dimension: rectilinear, one-dimensional, collinear, linelike, lineal, rectilineal
measured lengthwise: lengthways, running, lengthwise
of a circuit or device having an output that is proportional to the input: analogue, analog
(of a leaf shape) long and narrow: simple, elongate, unsubdivided
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