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トフル あかい 15

adjust to change; to get accustomed to something
arbitrary chosen simply by whim or chance, not for any specific reason
denominator the number written below the line in a fraction.
exponentailly at a very fast rate
infinitesimal immeasurably small
maximize to increase or make as great as possible
parallel being an equal distance apart everywhere
proportion a part in relation to the whole
rate the cost per unit of a good or service; the motion or change that happens in a certain time
sequence to organize or arrange in succession
accuracy precision; exactness
adjacent next to
compress to press together
feasibly practically; in a way that can work
gut to empty or hollow out
integrally in a whole or complete manner
overlap to lie over part of something; to have elements in common
retain to keep or hold
seep to pass slowly for a long time, as a liquid or gas might
structure something constructed, such as building
Created by: na235