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Change the sample records to the values as found when reviewed, and only extrapolate the asset-level allocations to nonsampled assets.
They needed to extrapolate the lifetime of the battery using that data," said Vines.
In the case of the .45-70, you don't need to extrapolate data.
In this way, it is not necessary to extrapolate to ambient temperatures to predict lifetime at service temperatures.
The lab screening techniques of turbidity and charge used to select a particular polymer or alum would always extrapolate to the same results in the mills.
[5,6,10], the vessel geometry was changed to vary [lambda] and extrapolate the measured dependence [[tau].sub.st.sup.-1]([[lambda].sup.-1]) to [[lambda].sup.-1] [right arrow] 0.
F5 = a multiplier to extrapolate from the FoodNet catchment area to the U.S.
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.
The authors gave some practical clinical suggestions at the end of the article: "Although randomized trials have not been done to demonstrate that treatment of risk factors reduces events in HIV-infected patients, it seems reasonable to extrapolate from other populations and to recommend aggressive control of risk factors.