Fut


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Fut

 

(foot), a unit of length in the old Russian system of measures, replaced by the metric system in 1918. The fut was equal to 1/7 sazhen, 12 diuimy (inches), or 0.3048 meter.

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Hypothesis 2 was tested to determine whether CPI has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Hypothesis 3 was tested to determine whether EVENT has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Hypothesis 4 was tested to determine whether NG has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Hypothesis 5 was tested to determine whether HO has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Hypothesis 6 was tested to determine whether SPOT has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Hypothesis 7 was tested to determine whether OPNINT has an effect on forecasting FUT when using ANNs.
Harris learned FUT to address his own baldness before deciding to specialize.
Harris performed his latest, an FUT, to create a softer hairline and make his earlier grafts look more natural.
FUT requires specialized microscopes and trained technicians.
True FUT takes three times as long and three times the staff, but costs about the same as older, less-time-consuming techniques.