# critical table

## critical table

[′krid·ə·kəl ‚tā·bəl]
(mathematics)
A table, usually for a function that varies slowly, which gives only values of the argument near which changes in the value of the function, as rounded to the number of decimal places displayed in the table, occur.
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Here p is proportion of the event, d is effect size and Z is critical table value for = 0.05.
Because the observed correlation coefficient for men (r=-0.007) with the degree of freedom as 98 and confidence level % 95 and significance level (a=0.05) is smaller than the critical table figure, There was not enough evidence to support the hypothesis for men.
The obtained correlation coefficient for men (r=0.047) and women (-0.131) with the degree of freedom as 98 and at confidence level %95 and significance level (a=0.05) is smaller than the critical table figure (r=0.197).
From table 2 the t-value is 11.40 while the critical table value is 3.03.
The calculated differences exceed the critical table value of 4.98 in favour of the boys.
The critical table in that paper is Table 4, "The Main Analysis: Percentage Point Effect of Choice Schools on Student Performance on Standardized Tests, Controlling for Gender and Blocking Data by Ethnicity, Year of Entry, and Grade Level." The table displays under the "Fourth Year" column for mathematics 11.59, with significance at the .01 level.
Orans makes the most anyone can of these data, and focuses appropriately on the 25 girls, all between 2 months and 5 years past first menstruation, whom Mead 'studied in detail' and included in the critical Table 1 of Appendix 5 in Coming of Age.
Farias' book had many problems (it was ad hominem volume and philosophically thin at best), but it did place the fact of Heidegger's participation in National Socialist institutions and beliefs squarely on the critical table. Collectively, the essays about this volume thus raise, sometimes explicitly, the question of the "relation [of the philosopher] to political and social realities" (p.
The Gallup Survey on behalf of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation identifying the lack of nursing influence at critical tables involving planning, policy development, and in managing health system services is serving as our wake up call to action.
has announced that it has converted National Research Council's seven-volume resource International Critical Tables (ICT) into an interactive on line reference.
The six titles added to knovel are International Critical Tables of Numeric Data, Physics, Chemistry and Technology; knovel Critical Tables; knovel Solvents--A Properties Database; Thermochemistry of the Chemical Substances; Smithsonian Physical Tables (ninth revised edition); and Yaws' Handbook of Thermodynamic and Physical Properties of Chemical Compounds.
Each block contains basic information about critical tables in the particular product area.

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