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class mark

[′klas ‚märk]
(statistics)
The mid-value of a class interval, or the integral value nearest the midpoint of the interval.
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To explore potential explanations for why more than half the students in applied courses might not know if some or all of the assessment counted toward their class mark, we calculated the frequency of student self-reported lateness and absenteeism from math class; these data were obtained from the SQ.
It is therefore fortuitous that, despite the fact that the Landesbibliothek sustained heavy damage in WWII and lost most of the printed music in its holdings, the vast majority of the works in class mark MUS.
In acting class Mark imagined himself as his father at eight: "they were forcing me to leave home.
1 st Class Mark Henderson, REF operations noncommissioned officer.
1st Class Mark Sury, ECSTD research, development, test and evaluation NCOIC.
Confirming Ruggiero's views on styling, Beer also places the body language in its class context: "[T]here's a certain containment in the way you handle your body all the time that is definitely a class mark .
Airman 1st Class Mark Woodbury, 95th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
A statement that's true if you're Mess Management Specialist 2nd Class Mark Aul, and you lived in the BEQ he did when he first entered the Navy.
The top of the class mark for the Ormesby school was for Level 4.
Warrant officer second class Mark Hawtin, from Tafarn-y-Gelyn, Denbighshire, was delighted to see his one-year-old son Oscar walk for the first time after getting off the coach to be greeted by his wife Catherine.