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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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Communication accurateness is at times hampered by frequent personnel changes and required IT modifications are not always shared timely by A2.
The accurateness and clarity in the use of terminology are also worth emphasizing.
While the book is compiled and based on US terminology and organisations, the medical accurateness, anatomy and physiology and fundamentals of nursing care are applicable to the Australian setting.
"The problem is that there is a lot of variability among states in terms of the completeness, accurateness and specificity of the codes that are collected."
Determination coefficient (R2) shows accurateness between the regression equation and data.
The findings from the open-ended questions were compared with the findings from the group trust questionnaire to check the accurateness of the groups' trust levels.
(1) Drayton was responsible for the completion of more than the first five volumes and for the quality and accurateness of the images, as well as for the printed forms and the coloring of many of the printed illustrations.
This practice not only provides a reference for interpretation but also helps to monitor the accurateness of DV detection and typing, which is particularly important to recognize if deterioration of reagents has occurred.
Given the accurateness of Robert Reid-Pharr s claim that "the prison acts as a primary site for the articulation of a late twentieth-century Black American masculinity" (613), one can understand why this site permeates African American men's literary discourse.
Such moderating influences could help distinguish the accurateness of entrepreneurs' risk perceptions and the relationship between these accurate risk perceptions and new venture success.