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  2. Sinking fund - Wikipedia

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    A sinking fundis a fund established by an economic entityby setting aside revenue over a period of time to fund a future capital expense, or repayment of a long-term debt. In North America and elsewhere where it is common for public and private corporations to raise funds through the issue of bonds, the term is normally used in this context.

  3. List of logic symbols - Wikipedia

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    The ⇒ symbol is often used in text to mean "result" or "conclusion", as in "We examined whether to sell the product ⇒ We will not sell it". Also, the → symbol is often used to denote "changed to", as in the sentence "The interest rate changed. March 20% → April 21%". See also. Philosophy portal; Józef Maria Bocheński

  4. Jain symbols - Wikipedia

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    The Jain emblem is composed of many fundamental concepts and symbols. The outline of the image represents the universe as described in Jain Agamas. It consists of three Loks (realms). The upper portion indicates heaven, the middle portion indicates the material world and the lower portion indicates hell.

  5. Equals sign - Wikipedia

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    A well-known equality featuring the equal sign. The equals sign ( British English, Unicode [1]) or equal sign ( American English ), also known as the equality sign, is the mathematical symbol =, which is used to indicate equality in some well-defined sense. [2] In an equation, it is placed between two expressions that have the same value, or ...

  6. Three Arrows - Wikipedia

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    First conceived for the SPD-dominated Iron Front as a symbol of the social democratic resistance against Nazism in 1932, it became an official symbol of the Party during the November 1932 German federal election, representing opposition towards Nazism, Marxism-Leninism and reactionary conservatism. [1]

  7. Hexafoil - Wikipedia

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    It resembles a pattern often found in that area on buildings. [12] It is used in the coat of arms of Lecco Province. It has also been used as the emblem of Padanian nationalism in northern Italy since the 1990s. In 2001, Editoriale Nord, the publishing company of La Padania, registered the green-on-white design as a trademark. [13]

  8. ∂ - Wikipedia

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    The symbol is variously referred to as "partial", "curly d", "rounded d", "curved d", "dabba", [6] or "Jacobi's delta", [5] or as "del" [7] (but this name is also used for the "nabla" symbol ∇ ). It may also be pronounced simply "dee", [8] "partial dee", [9] [10] "doh", [11] [12] or "die". [13]

  9. Plus–minus sign - Wikipedia

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    In mathematical formulas, the ± symbol may be used to indicate a symbol that may be replaced by either the plus and minus signs, + or −, allowing the formula to represent two values or two equations. [8] For example, given the equation x2 = 9, one may give the solution as x = ±3. This indicates that the equation has two solutions, each of ...