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Infiaria Infiaria 1 1 silver badge 12 12 bronze badges. Modern Notations, where the text states: "-A notation which has rightly enjoyed great popularity because of its objective presentation of the elements composing a determinant, in convenient arrangement for study, was given in by Cayley Moo Moo 6, 3 3 gold badges 10 10 silver badges 20 20 bronze badges. But still, Sometimes this is good and sometimes bad as different authors change the notation or invent their own no issue with that if it is properly defined and we have too many ways to define something, which is hard for new users.
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In this case however, everyone has accepted the shorthand. If you ever look at old math books many online , it is amazing that they were able to do what they did with the limited tools at their disposal - many of the books are very difficult to read by today's standards. Compare a calculus or trigonometry text from the 's to one today, for example. We are so spoiled with all of the tools at our disposal. Chirinko, Robert S. Michael L. Zender, Full references including those not matched with items on IDEAS More about this item Keywords capital structure determinants ; Russian oil and gas companies ; capital structure theories.
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