numerical value


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numerical value

[nü′mer·i·kəl ′val·yü]
(mathematics)
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The numerical value for the average induction speed has been found to be [1]
Based above deductions, files in Figure 6 were in imported into Microsoft Excel, and numerical values in the third column of each file were subtracted by 20.
Symmetrical TNTs can be thought of as a type of balanced word because they consist of three parts with the same numerical value and because the first part and the third part consist of the same number of letters.
The numerical value of Recharge network is little all over plain due to low rainfall region.
As a prelude, we briefly recall the relationship between a quantity, its value, and its numerical value when the value of the quantity is expressed as a number times a unit.
Imagine for a moment the conundrum presented to the industry, While we are searching to find a better solvent than IPA/water, we also have to honestly ask what impartial (non-vendor based) method will be used to employ it, and finally, how best to find a numerical value for the ultimate cleanliness testing method that is representative and can be applied by most industry users.
At this point the correct response by the anaesthetist would have been to assess the raw EEG waveform and probably disregard the numerical value of the response entropy.
As in a real practice the numerical value n is not known, then the given value a, which is easy determined from a simple experiment, is used in the engineering calculations.
Tokyo, Japan, Apr 25, 2007 - (JCN) - Shimadzu and Central Research laboratory discovered 9 types of protein which showed a marked variation in the numerical value on metastatic cancer.
Severity -- this can also be general categories or a specific numerical value.
1] The computation of "mean sonority score" is based on the work of Fletcher (1929/53), which assigns a numerical value to the "relative phonetic power" of each English phone, ranging from 100 (for example "a") to 2 (for example "p", "t").