mean range

mean range

[′mēn ′rānj]
(oceanography)
The difference in the height between mean high water and mean low water.
(ordnance)
Average distance reached by a group of shots fired with the same firing data.
(science and technology)
The average difference in the extreme values of a variable quantity.
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The students with the experienced faculty member rated survey items higher than the students in the other group (clinical ability: experienced faculty, mean range 2.
As well as introducing most of us to the New World, they used to do a mean range of the classics and the CHATEAU CROIX DU TRALE 2010 HAUT-MEDOC (PS12.
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Pruett AL, Christopher CC, and Barrett GW: Effects of a forested riparian peninsula on the mean range size of the golden mouse (Ochrotomys nuttalli) and the white-footed mouse (Peromyscus leucopus) Georgia J Sci 60: 201-208.
of DBH Age State trees Mean Range Mean Range (in) (yr) Georgia 42 22.
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When the trebuchets were fired, the swinging-box trebuchet had a mean range of 919 cm, while the fixed-weight trebuchet had a mean range of 780.
With about half the cats in the study turning out to be yard potatoes, but the others venturing far afield, the mean range turned out to be some 7 hectares, or about 17 acres.

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