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Most approaches require driving down those overall total estimated extrapolated amounts to the individual asset level.
If they had used a more realistic higher value for the human alveolar surface area--as they did for the full working lifetime exposure--the extrapolated equivalent short-term in vitro concentrations would have been even lower by about one order of magnitude.
A widely quoted estimate of 4.2 million cameras in the UK was based on a 1.5km road in a busy shopping district and extrapolated out for the entire UK, he explained.
President Rupiah Banda is astounded with the extrapolated copper processing for the present year, saying his Government had worked hard to make solid foundations on which Zambia can incline to construct its future mining.
The watchdogs added: "Those results had been extrapolated to all those who had ended subscriptions during the stated period.
EXTRAPOLATED NEWTON'S METHOD HAS A THIRD ORDER OR CUBIC CONVERGENCE:
Furthermore, a new material model was developed for the simulation that describes viscosity at very high shear rates and determines actual viscosity (not extrapolated values) by accounting for shear at high injection speeds and fill times as short as 0.1 sec.
Denver Bureau Extrapolated 10-Year Vascular Event Rates Increase in Patients with Self-Reported PAD Framingham Risk Category Without PAD With PAD Low risk 8.2% 8.4% Intermediate risk 17.4% 23.4% High risk 34.2% 58.2% Note: Based on a study of 3,083 patients.
Extrapolated from the findings, the total number of objects between 10 and 100 m in diameter in the outer solar system could be as high as a quadrillion, notes astrophysicist Asantha Cooray of the University of California, Irvine, in a commentary accompanying the report.
Studies claiming that the body processes HFCS differently than other sugars due to the fructose content cannot be extrapolated to HFCS.
Degradation was ten (10) times faster than extrapolated values from elongation to break data.
Imai, a student at The Art Academy of Design (San Francisco, CA), followed the rules and researched the current market conditions in Hong Kong and extrapolated how they would change by 2015.