Yu.N. Klimov. Quantitative lexicology of the Gospels and epistles of Sacred Apostles in the New Testament


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Description: On length and cumulative length of words of the Gospel and the epistles of the New Testament differed, since the greatest size, and settled down accordingly from 137914 New Testament up to John's 835 Second epistles and from 137914 New Testament up to John's 413080 Second epistles. Under the natural logarithm of cumulative quantity of lengths of words of the Gospel and the epistles of the New Testament differed, since the greatest size, from 12.0546 Acts of sacred Apostles up to John's 12.9314 Second epistles. On volume of texts of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 17475 New Testament up to John's 214 Third epistles. On cumulative volume of texts of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 17475 New Testament up to John's 99293 Third epistles. Under the cumulative natural logarithm of volume of texts of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 9.7685 New Testament up to John's 11.5058 Third epistles. On volume of the dictionary of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 8196 New Testament up to John's 149 Third epistles. On cumulative volume of dictionaries of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 8196 New Testament up to John's 35947 Third epistles. Under the cumulative natural logarithm of volume of dictionaries of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from 9.0114 New Testament up to John's 10.4838 Third epistles. Under the relation of volume of dictionaries to total amount of texts of the Gospel and the epistles in the New Testament, since the greatest size, settled down from Judas's 0.7208 epistles up to 12.7209 First epistle of Apostle Paul to Thessalonians. Under the cumulative relation of volume of dictionaries to volume of texts of the Gospel ...

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