Definition: The Norm

Noun | Definition | |

Norm | $\hspace{-150px} {\large{\parallel}} \, \overline{\rho} \, {\large{\parallel}} \equiv \sqrt{ \ {\large{\rvert}} \, k_{mm} \rho_{m}^{2} + k_{ee} \rho_{e}^{2} + k_{zz} \rho_{z}^{2} + 2 k_{me} \rho_{m} \rho_{e} + 2k_{mz}\rho_{m} \rho_{z} + 2 k_{ez}\rho_{e} \rho_{z} \, {\large{\rvert}} \ } \, \, \,$ | 5-22 |

## Logical Antecedents

Noun | Definition | |

Quark Metric | $\begin{align} k_{\alpha \beta} ^{ \mathbb{Q} } \equiv \frac{ \chi_{\alpha \beta} ^{ \sf{Earth}} }{ \chi_{zz} ^{ \sf{Earth}} } \end{align}$ | 5-15 |

Noun | Definition | |

Radius Vector | $\overline{\rho} \equiv \left( \rho_{ m}, \rho_{e}, \rho_{ z} \right)$ | 5-8 |

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