# аппаратно-решаемые квадратные уравнения

## English translation: machine solvable quadratic equations

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 Russian term or phrase: аппаратно-решаемые квадратные уравнения English translation: machine solvable quadratic equations Entered by:

 20:34 Mar 19, 2002
Russian to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Mathematics & Statistics / Mathematics
 Russian term or phrase: аппаратно-решаемые квадратные уравнения Are these "hardware solvable quadratic equations" or does anyone know of a better English equivalent? There's no context to speak of, it's a VHDL simulation.
 Yuri GeifmanCanada Local time: 11:21
 Значит так... Explanation:Юра, представляете, я нашла совершенно дикий вариант, основанный на слове "hardwarily". Я глазам своим не поверила и помчалась проверять, существует ли такое вообще. Оказалось, что существует. hardwarily ... hardwarily /hard-weir'*-lee/ adv. In a way pertaining to hardware. "The system is hardwarily unreliable." The adjective `hardwary' is not traditionally used ... www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/html/entry/hardwarily.html hardwarily from FOLDOC hardwarily. /hard-weir'*-lee/ In a way pertaining to hardware. "The system is hardwarily unreliable ... wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/foldoc.cgi?hardwarily И т.д., и т.п. Всего 557 штук. Но мне все равно не нравится. А что если просто написать "Machine (or computer) solvable quadratic (equation)"?
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Olga Simon
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Local time: 17:21
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4 +4Значит так...
 Olga Simon
5equation of the second degree = квадратное уравнение
4hardware processed...Sergey
2quadrative equations for whose solution a formal apparatus existsDavid Mitchell

27 mins   confidence: peer agreement (net): +4
Значит так...

Explanation:
Юра, представляете, я нашла совершенно дикий вариант, основанный на слове "hardwarily". Я глазам своим не поверила и помчалась проверять, существует ли такое вообще. Оказалось, что существует.

hardwarily
... hardwarily /hard-weir'*-lee/ adv. In a way pertaining to hardware. "The system is
hardwarily unreliable." The adjective `hardwary' is not traditionally used ...

www.tuxedo.org/~esr/jargon/html/entry/hardwarily.html

hardwarily from FOLDOC
hardwarily. /hard-weir'*-lee/ In a way pertaining to
hardware. "The system is hardwarily unreliable ...

wombat.doc.ic.ac.uk/foldoc/foldoc.cgi?hardwarily

И т.д., и т.п. Всего 557 штук.

Но мне все равно не нравится.

А что если просто написать "Machine (or computer) solvable quadratic (equation)"?

 Olga SimonHungaryLocal time: 17:21Native speaker of: RussianPRO pts in category: 4
 Thanks everyone!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Andrei Vrabtchev: Machine/computer solvable quadratic equations - that's it!
 7 mins
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agree
 21 mins
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agree
 25 mins
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agree  GaryG: Yes, I think sir_aikido has it. Or "soluble". I gag at "hardwarily". It must be a "troll"-neologism!
 43 mins
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45 mins   confidence:
equation of the second degree = квадратное уравнение

Explanation:
добавить к quadratic e.

 Vladimir DubisskiyUnited StatesLocal time: 10:21Native speaker of: Russian, Ukrainian
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quadrative equations for whose solution a formal apparatus exists

Explanation:
Not much help, but rumination impels me to add another fork in the road.

This is the only possible alternative translation I see. Use of the 'formal apparatus' rubric is quite common in discussing the solvability of frequently encountered problems. I gather that there's no real context in your original, so I don't know if I'd pick this translation. But it would seem that a problem for which a formal solution apparatus exists would automatically be computer solvable, too. That makes the original suggestion workable under any circumstances....

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Note added at 2002-03-19 21:43:37 (GMT)
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That should be QUADRATIC. Fingers ran away with me...

 David MitchellUnited StatesLocal time: 08:21Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in category: 12
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1 hr   confidence:
hardware processed...

Explanation:
it seems to me a more natural way to express this than hardwarily - did not see this word in any hardware engineering literature; solvable, on the other hand, implies that there can be not solvable... which is not the case

 SergeyUnited StatesLocal time: 08:21
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