### Some articles on *variables, variable, multiple variables*:

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**Variables**are identifiers associated with values ... They are declared by writing the

**variable**'s type and name, and are optionally initialized in the same statement by assigning a value ... Declare int MyInt // Declaring an uninitialized

**variable**called 'MyInt', of type 'int' Initialize int MyInt // Declaring an uninitialized

**variable**MyInt = 35 // Initializing the

**variable**Declare ...

**Multiple Variables**

... Integration over

**multiple variables**is defined by Fubini's theorem Note that the sign of the result depends on the order of integration ...

**Multiple Variables**

... The above formulas can be generalized to

**variables**(which we will again call y) depending on more than one other

**variable**... f(x1, …, xn) shall denote the probability density function of the

**variables**that y depends on, and the dependence shall be y = g(x1, …, xn) ... dV must be replaced by a parametrization of this solution for a particular calculation the

**variables**x1, …, xn are then of course functions of this parametrization ...

### Famous quotes containing the words variables and/or multiple:

“The *variables* of quantification, ‘something,’ ‘nothing,’ ‘everything,’ range over our whole ontology, whatever it may be; and we are convicted of a particular ontological presupposition if, and only if, the alleged presuppositum has to be reckoned among the entities over which our *variables* range in order to render one of our affirmations true.”

—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)

“There is a continual exchange of ideas between all minds of a generation. Journalists, popular novelists, illustrators, and cartoonists adapt the truths discovered by the powerful intellects for the multitude. It is like a spiritual flood, like a gush that pours into *multiple* cascades until it forms the great moving sheet of water that stands for the mentality of a period.”

—Auguste Rodin (1849–1917)