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incidence

1. Physics the arrival of a beam of light or particles at a surface
2. Geometry the partial coincidence of two configurations, such as a point that lies on a circle

incidence

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The angular distance between the chord and a line drawn longitudinally through the fuselage. It is determined during the design of the airplane and is the angle at which the wing is attached to the fuselage. Hence, it is a fixed angle. Also called riggers' angle of incidence.
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The lowest poverty incidence was 4.9 percent, which was recorded in the National Capital Region, followed by Calabarzon's 7.6 percent and Central Luzon's 7.8 percent.
But this was still lower compared with the 22.2 percent poverty incidence among Filipino families in the first semester of 2015, equivalent to five million families.
A significant increase in the incidence of viral hepatitis was noted in Jalal-Abad (1.7 times), Issyk-Kul (1.4 times) and Talas (1.3 times) regions.
Seed gall nematode, Incidence, Prevalence, Distribution, Resurgence.
The disease has been attributed to a variety of possible causes which include mechanical obstruction5, inadequate dietary fibre, smoking6, air pollution and familial susceptibility.7 Acute appendicitis presents throughout the year but incidence is increased in some particular months.8 There are many variations in the incidence of acute appendicitis.
Trends in dementia incidence in a birth cohort analysis of the Einstein Aging Study.
The daily climatic data were then transformed using Microsoft Office Excel (Microsoft Corporation, Redmond, VA, USA) to weekly climatic datasets to analyze with weekly malaria incidence data provided by the Bureau of Vector-Borne Diseases.
Swetter, professor of dermatology and director of the pigmented lesion and melanoma program at Stanford University Medical Center and Cancer Institute, and her coinvestigators calculated incidence rates between 1998 and 2002, and 20082012, as well as tumor thickness and stage at diagnosis.
The analysis that accounts for many cancer risk factors at the same time figured that people 50 or older had a 62% higher incidence (new detection rate) or infection-related cancer than people 36 to 40 years old (Figure 1).
Due to the heavy losses caused by TLCVD, it is necessary to record the disease incidence with respect to environmental conditions.
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