**Multiplicity** may refer to:

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**Multiplicity**(mathematics) -

**Multiplicity**of A Root of A Polynomial - Behavior of A Polynomial Function Near A Root in Relation To Its

**Multiplicity**

... Cartesian coordinate system, its graph will cross the x-axis at real zeros of odd

**multiplicity**and will bounce off (not go through) the x-axis at real ... In addition, if f(x) has a zero with a

**multiplicity**greater than 1, the graph will be tangent to the x-axis, in other words it will have slope 0 there ...

**Multiplicity**- In The Arts

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**Multiplicity**(album), 2005 studio album by Dave Weckl

**Multiplicity**(film), a 1996 comedy film starring Michael Keaton ...

**Multiplicity**(chemistry)

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**Multiplicity**in quantum chemistry is used to distinguish between several degenerate wavefunctions that differ only in the orientation of their angular spin momenta ...

**Multiplicity**is the quantification of the amount of unpaired electron spin ...

**Multiplicity**is a result of Hund's rule which favors the single filling of degenerate (same energy) orbitals ...

**Multiplicity**(mathematics) - In Complex Analysis

... with the nth term, and ƒ is said to have a root of

**multiplicity**(or “order”) n ... We can also define the

**multiplicity**of the zeroes and poles of a meromorphic function thus If we have a meromorphic function ƒ = g/h, take the Taylor expansions of g and h ... If m > n, then the point is a zero of

**multiplicity**m − n ...

**Multiplicity**(disambiguation) - In Science and The Humanities

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**Multiplicity**(mathematics), a mathematical concept

**Multiplicity**(philosophy), a philosophical concept

**Multiplicity**(psychology), having or using multiple personalities

**Multiplicity**(chemistry ...

### Famous quotes containing the word multiplicity:

“One might get the impression that I recommend a new methodology which replaces induction by counterinduction and uses a *multiplicity* of theories, metaphysical views, fairy tales, instead of the customary pair theory/observation. This impression would certainly be mistaken. My intention is not to replace one set of general rules by another such set: my intention is rather to convince the reader that all methodologies, even the most obvious ones, have their limits.”

—Paul Feyerabend (1924–1994)

“The point of cities is *multiplicity* of choice.”

—Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)

“Is a Bill of Rights a security for [religious liberty]? If there were but one sect in America, a Bill of Rights would be a small protection for liberty.... Freedom derives from a *multiplicity* of sects, which pervade America, and which is the best and only security for religious liberty in any society. For where there is such a variety of sects, there cannot be a majority of any one sect to oppress and persecute the rest.”

—James Madison (1751–1836)