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Invariant may have meanings

• invariant (computer science), such as a combination of variables not altered in a loop
• invariant (mathematics), something unaltered by a transformation
• invariant (music)
• invariant (physics) conserved by system symmetry

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 Invariant (3711 words) Invariants are displayed only if the confidence that the invariant did not occur by chance is greater than this. The invariants must all be of the same type and should come from the children of parent_ppt. Actually, this isn't strictly true: we don't have an invariant "a[] is a palindrome" corresponding to "a[] is the reverse of a[]", for instance.
 Invariant mass - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (127 words) In particle physics, the mathematical combination of a particle's energy and its momentum to give a value for the mass of the particle at rest. The invariant mass is the same for all frames of reference (see Special Relativity). The invariant mass of a system of decay particles is related to the rest mass of the original particle by the following equation:
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