Total Formal Votes

Some articles on votes, formal, total formal votes:

Electoral Results For The Division Of Parramatta - Election Results - Elections in The 1910s
... Australian federal election, 1919 Parramatta Party Candidate Votes % ±% Nationalist Sir Joseph Cook 27,000 72.6 -1.2 Labor William Hutchinson 10,205 27.4 +27.4 ...
Cauchy Product - Series
... important example is to consider the sequences to be terms of two strictly formal (not necessarily convergent) series usually, of real or complex numbers ... "Formal" means we are manipulating series in disregard of any questions of convergence ... See in particular formal power series ...
Formal Calculation
... In mathematical logic, a formal calculation is a calculation which is systematic, but without a rigorous justification ... However, this interpretation of the term formal is not universally accepted, and some consider it to mean quite the opposite A completely rigorous argument, as in formal mathematical ...
Formal - Computer Science
... Formal methods, mathematically-based techniques for the specification, development and verification of software and hardware systems Formal specification, describes what a system should do ...
Electoral Results For The Division Of Reid - Election Results - Elections in The 1920s
... Australian federal election, 1929 Reid Party Candidate Votes % ±% Labor Percy Coleman 49,909 74.6 +8.5 Nationalist Ernest Carr 16,977 25.4 -8.5 Total formal votes 66,886 97.1 ...

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    True variety is in that plenitude of real and unexpected elements, in the branch charged with blue flowers thrusting itself, against all expectations, from the springtime hedge which seems already too full, while the purely formal imitation of variety ... is but void and uniformity, that is, that which is most opposed to variety....
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)