z-scale


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z-scale

On an oblique photograph, the scale used in calculating the height of an object.
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It reaches 0.14 z-scale items when the maximum tolerance is 5 percent.
When inter-comparing the relatively 'leading' and 'slow' organizations of different activity fields according to the expression of the nagging and sneering actions, it is evident that the difference of integrated estimations reaches even 3.8 of the z-scale point and this makes almost four standard deviations.