number count

number count

The number of galaxies as a function of magnitude. See source count.
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The quartet were best known for the Pinball Number Count, which became a staple on Sesame Street.
Heralded into a bus with tinted windows, number count every now and then, harried "minders" in perpetual stress, as if any one of us would defect from the group.
We have a number of snaps; we break them up by number count and make sure they're getting a varied number of snaps.
Unfortunately, modernism in its drive for number count began to have models and findings that were totally in error.
The Pointer Sisters have the answer in their Sesame Street classic "Pinball Number Count.
The number count will not stop -- of those injured and killed.
Organisers do not yet have an official number count, but they estimate that around 9,000 people, including many families with young children, watched the horse, sheep and dog shows.
The following variables were operationalized by a simple number count of yes/no response:
TTI increased their Molex inventory part number count by 37 percent and increased new business via design activity by over 30 percent.
A true study for box office revenue would be a number count in the theater, not ticket sales.
Metcalfe notes that the high number count would still be consistent with such a universe if many of the more distant, younger galaxies in the survey actually represent fragments that later merged to form groups of bigger galaxies.