Weak form and strong form
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Weak form and strong form may refer to:
- Weaker and stronger versions of a hypothesis, theorem or physical law
- Weak formulations and strong formulations of differential equations in mathematics
- Differing pronunciations of words depending on emphasis; see Weak and strong forms in English
- Weak and strong pronouns
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