### Some articles on *assumptions, assumption*:

**Assumptions**

... relations for two-dimensional orthotropic linear elastic materials are The

**assumptions**of sandwich theory lead to the simplified relations and The equilibrium equations in two dimensions ...

... legal settings to designate provisional and unendorsed

**assumptions**that will be made at the beginning of an argument in order to explore their implications ... Making an

**assumption**arguendo allows an attorney to pursue arguments in the alternative without admitting even the slightest possibility that those

**assumptions**could be true ... Often, these

**assumptions**would be that the facts or legal arguments endorsed by a hostile party were true ...

**Assumptions**

... For the between-subject effects to meet the

**assumptions**of the analysis of variance, the variance for any level of a group must be the same as the variance for the mean of all other ... If the

**assumptions**are violated, a possible solution is to use the Greenhouse Geisser or the Huynh Feldt adjustments to the degrees of freedom because they ...

**Assumptions**

... Cochran's Q test is based on the following

**assumptions**A large sample approximation in particular, it assumes that b is "large" ...

**Assumptions**

... The framework of MPT makes many

**assumptions**about investors and markets ... None of these

**assumptions**are entirely true, and each of them compromises MPT to some degree ... A quadratic utility without any

**assumption**about returns is sufficient ...

### Famous quotes containing the word assumptions:

“Why did he think adding meant increase?

To me it was dilution. Where do these

Innate *assumptions* come from?”

—Philip Larkin (1922–1986)

“Unlike Boswell, whose Journals record a long and unrewarded search for a self, Johnson possessed a formidable one. His life in London—he arrived twenty-five years earlier than Boswell—turned out to be a long defense of the values of Augustan humanism against the pressures of other possibilities. In contrast to Boswell, Johnson possesses an identity not because he has gone in search of one, but because of his allegiance to a set of *assumptions* that he regards as objectively true.”

—Jeffrey Hart (b. 1930)

“All of the *assumptions* once made about a parent’s role have been undercut by the specialists. The psychiatric specialists, the psychological specialists, the educational specialists, all have mystified child development. They have fostered the idea that understanding children and promoting their intellectual well-being is too complex for mothers and requires the intervention of experts.”

—Elaine Heffner (20th century)