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Lab screening to select the best option is straightforward and usually extrapolates directly to machine operation.
F5 = a multiplier to extrapolate from the FoodNet catchment area to the U.
But it is misguided to extrapolate such hardship to make endless warnings of general economic collapse and call for protectionist measures, especially in the face of the remarkably successful historic record.
Obviously, you wouldn't want to extrapolate that number to the general workforce; people responding at the site were presumably self-selecting.
Much of what we know about the health effects of PCBs comes from rodent studies, and current thinking in toxicology and risk analysis is based on the assumption that results in animal models will extrapolate to humans.
Suppliers can also extrapolate data in the form that they want, utilising their category segmentations to better run and manage their businesses, said Bunn.
We'll be able to extrapolate the asteroid's motion hundreds of years into the past and into the future.