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percentile

[pər′sen‚tīl]
(statistics)
A value in the range of a set of data which separates the range into two groups so that a given percentage of the measures lies below this value.
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1[degrees]C) and below was more pronounced than that at the 95th percentile and above (Figure 4B, Table 2).
As an alternative, the researchers recommended that "very high BMIs should be expressed as z scores on the basis of linear extrapolations of a fixed SD or as a percentage of the CDC 95th percentile," or by using multilevel models that adjust for age and sex.
2 20th Percentile 90 60 129 26 30th Percentile 95 60 135 30 40th Percentile 100 60 142 35 50th Percentile 100 60 149 40 60th Percentile 105 70 154 46 70th Percentile 110 70 159 51 80th Percentile 110 75 160 57 85th Percentile 115 80 163 60 90th Percentile 120 80 164 65 95th Percentile 120 80 166 70 BMI in Age in Kg/[m.
Multifamily permitting's partial correlations with the increase in density from the 95th percentile to maximum density have the same sign as its correlations with the increase from 95th to 99th percentile density.
Prevalence, which was calculated by considering the 95th percentile as the limit value in our study, was recorded seperately.
Next, these ratios were multiplied by the 95th percentile Army Soldier daily admission rate during the examined period of time to estimate the rates for nontraditional groups of patients treated at Role 3 Army facilities (expressed per 1,000 Soldiers).
First, note that the 95th percentile and standard deviation of the terminal deficit are smaller in the targeted-contribution plan than in the fixed-contribution plan for all values of errors in [i.
The 95th percentile male recorded the highest peak joint torque values for the three joints.
Nearly 17% were overweight (BMI 85th to 95th percentile for age and gender).
While the total TFA intakes among young children now appear relatively low, over 80% of the children consumed more than 10% of energy from SFA, with a fifth to 95th percentile intake of 7.
With respect to the soil sampling, again, anomalous zones were defined by values within the 95th percentile.