To vary uniformly
Uniformly U"ni*form`ly, adv. In a uniform manner; without variation or diversity; by a regular, constant, or common ratio of change; with even tenor; as, a temper uniformly mild. [1913 Webster]

{To vary uniformly} (Math.), to vary with the ratio of the corresponding increments constant; -- said of two dependent quantities with regard to each other. [1913 Webster]


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