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If the entries are, for example, from the real numbers, then we could ask for them to be close to the original entries, rather than being exactly equal to the original ones.
The playwright Shakespeare is equal to the running back Walter Payton.
The issue is that Google and other ad platforms treat all conversions as equal, a major flaw in the system.
In Arizona, state law requires a recount when the margin between the top two candidates is equal to or less than one-tenth of 1 percent of the total number of votes cast.
HOW RECOUNTS WORK IN GEORGIA, WISCONSIN AND OTHER KEY STATESBRITTANY SHAMMAS, EMMA BROWN, JON SWAINENOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
A roughly equal share of voters said yes to low-income housing, yes to increased development in Midway and yes to Mayor Gloria – and precinct-level analysis showed similar levels of support throughout the city.
Using that equation you can see that every 10 points of additional speed roughly equals a tenth of a point in rank improvement.
The Cuban political star also touts diverse policy positions, including support for LGBT rights, equal pay and women’s rights to go with more traditional conservative stances.
All Americans are created equal and all Americans vote should count the same.
Meanwhile, if James and Davis had had equal chances of getting a rebound, then to maintain parity, James couldn’t steal at all.
BEWARE THE HOT PUMPKINZACH WISSNER-GROSSOCTOBER 30, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
I could go to a public school, my parents took care of me, and I came up in a world of equal opportunity.

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