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Maths
a. (to n significant digits) representing the first n digits of the given number starting with the first nonzero digit, but approximating to the nearest digit in the final position
b. (to n decimal places) giving the first n digits after the decimal point without further approximation
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PLHIV also raised the issue that Chinese media violated professional standards of accurateness, completeness, and ethical responsibilities.
Presented that the full-3D modelling case and non-linear analyses applied in this research had high accurateness with the experimental tests.
After ensuring the accurateness of the complaint, the accused was summoned, and on interrogation he confessed to the charges saying he did so due to differences between him and the girl.
Additional research is necessary to reflect with accurateness patients' rotational knee laxity.
56) While the comment to [section]6 explicitly states that this section does not affect the rules of evidence, including certification rules, the recognition of accurateness should only help attorneys seeking to submit electronic versions of official legal documents.
Hence the trustworthiness of the data depends on the accurateness of the data available in the CMIE PROWESS data base.
Similarly, authors of historical novels of the traditional type do not reveal during the course of the narrative how they have obtained their information, nor do they signal the doubts they may have about the accurateness of what they are reporting.
The purpose of the model is to ensure the accurateness and completeness of the traces found and the relationship between them.
In order to further check the accurateness of the list of situational factors, sub factors and classification, it is forwarded to two experts from the academia.
And yet Western or Westernized Arab writers try to invent Gulf countries tailored to their fantasies, steering away from accurateness, both in analysis and outcomes.
The reasons behind this may be that business customers are more environmentally active due to, for example, the requirements of ecological standards, or that managers in B2B and B2C contexts differ in the accurateness of their perceptions of customers.
Meanwhile, the effectiveness and accurateness of the model are illustrated by the flow sensor in the fuel providing system of an engine.