actual height

actual height

[′ak·chə·wəl ′hīt]
(electromagnetism)
Highest altitude at which refraction of radio waves actually occurs.
References in classic literature ?
Introduced with little ceremony, and advancing with fear and hesitation, and many a bow of deep humility, a tall thin old man, who, however, had lost by the habit of stooping much of his actual height, approached the lower end of the board.
The company even laid out the supposed technology behind the tool, which would request that users input their actual height and a picture of them next to a commercial building.
If the shadow you cast is shorter than your actual height, it means the sun is high in the sky and therefore particularly strong.
But for the comparison of the actual object and the reconstruction height, it can be seen that the height of the reconstruction is higher than the actual height. The results are shown in Figures 11 and 12.
Bradley's extreme polygenic score could accurately rank his height amongst 1020 individuals, it does not accurately predict his actual height measurement, demonstrating that there are significant factors unaccounted for.
Wear flat shoes so scouts can see your actual height.
Yes, of course I wore heels, he told me his actual height. As if it were a fact, such as gravity.
Pressure altimeters are calibrated to indicate true altitude (actual height above sea-level) under standard conditions only, and any deviation from standard conditions produces an error in the indicated altitude.
But so far neither Flintshire County Council or Network Rail have confirmed the actual height of the bridge.
Statistics of the measured value for test video 2 Moving object Actual height The average The average (cm) measured measured value (cm) value at leg- crossing phases (cm) object 1 180.0 180.4 182.3 object 2 168.5 169.1 171.6 object 3 168.0 168.3 169.8 Moving object Variance at Variance of leg-crossing [10] phases object 1 0.51 2.12 object 2 0.48 2.23 object 3 0.44 2.13 Table 3.
Another technique used to measure obesity involves in-person interviewing in which interviewers take actual height and weight measurements of study participants.