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    Question equality up to

    In one of my textbook, there a phrase "X~ [X~ Y~ Z~ W~] (where ~ means equality up to scale)".
    what's the meaning of "equality up to scale" ?

    plz somebody let me know the meaning.

    wish the best !

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    Re: equality up to

    Is this a math textbook?

    "Equality up to scale" doesn't mean anything to me.

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    Re: equality up to

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    Is this a math textbook?

    "Equality up to scale" doesn't mean anything to me.
    Nor to me.

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    Arrow Re: equality up to

    Yes it is a math textbook.
    I just would like to know its translation.
    Does it mean "always same regardless of scale"?

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