To replace one thing with another; in a formula, to replace letters with numerical values. For example, if b = 4.5 and h = 8.5, then these values can be substituted in the formula = * to give = 4.5 * 8.5.
To replace variables in a given expression or equation with designated values in order to evaluate the expression. Example:To calculate the area of a circle with a radius of 7 cm to the nearest square centimeter, evaluate A=pi*r*r by substituting an approximate value for pi and 7 for "r".
A substitute in the sport of cricket is a replacement player that the umpires allow when a player has been injured or become ill after the nomination of the players at the start of the game. The rules for substitutes all appear in Law 2 of the Laws of cricket.
A substitute is a player in football (soccer) who is brought on to the pitch during a match in exchange for an existing player. Substitutions are generally made to replace a player who has become tired, injured or who is not performing well, or for other tactical reasons such as bringing an attacker on in place of a defender when goals are required.
A person who the meeting invitee has designated to attend a specific meeting in their place. The substitute will not receive meeting documentation. The meeting invitee will be responsible for sharing the meeting documentation with the substitute.
generally, an input or consumer good whose use increases as the cost of an alternative rises is considered a substitute in demand for that alternative. An output or product whose supply increases as the price of an alternative falls is considered a substitute in supply to the alternative product. Substitutes generally satisfy similar demands (play similar roles) in an economy. For Keystone Sector Analysis: entities I and J are perfect substitutes if a slight decrease in the desirability of K interacting with I leads to K interacting with J instead ( Kilkenny and Nalbarte, this paper).
A good or service that may be used in place of another good or service; examples include tap water for bottled water (or vice versa) and movies for concerts (or vice versa). View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
When a bill is amended and adopted in committee, a new version of the bill is reported out as a substitute. A committee in the second house cannot report a bill out as a substitute. The entire body then deliberates on whether or not to adopt the substitute. If the substitute is adopted, it is that version of the bill that moves through the rest of the legislative process.
"Substitute" is a song by The Who written by Pete Townshend. It was released as a single in March 1966, when it reached #5 in the UK, and was later included on the compilation album â€œMeaty Beaty Big and Bouncyâ€ in 1971. The concept for the song was supposedly originally inspired by Townshendâ€™s idea The Who were a â€œsubstituteâ€ for the Rolling Stones, though it was later described as a comment about the blurring between image and reality.
A person granted a ticket of admission to the Room at Lloyd's in order to conduct insurance business on behalf of an underwriting member, annual subscriber or associate, by whom he is employed / An obsolete term for an underwriting agent (q.v.) at Lloyd's.