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percentile

[pər′sen‚tīl]
(statistics)
A value in the range of a set of data which separates the range into two groups so that a given percentage of the measures lies below this value.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Madison and Oxford were both in the 39th percentile, with the debt for the former $15,294, up $407 and the latter $12,173, an increase of $409.
The Wolverines have already proven it is difficult for them to beat defenses one-on-one: four-fifths of their starting lineup -- guards Zavier Simpson and Jordan Poole plus forwards Charles Matthews and Ignas Brazdeikis -- all rank in the 49th percentile or worse for scoring efficiency in isolation during the entire 2018-19 campaign.
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Determination of 19 cardiac troponin I and T assay 99th percentile values from a common presumably healthy population.
While AHtR had the highest accuracy for high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, fasting plasma glucose, glycated hemoglobin, systolic blood pressure, and diastolic blood pressure as well as highest specificity for all cardiometabolic variables except for triglycerides, BMI 85th percentile had the highest accuracy for total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and triglycerides.
More infants were below the 10th percentile for weight at 40-week PMA compared to birth, placing them at greater health and nutritional risk.
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" The matter has been examined in this ministry and since there are adequate number of candidates who have qualified NEET- UG for the academic session 2016- 17, the proposal for lowering of percentile is not acceded to," ministry's under secretary Pradip Kumar Pal stated in a letter.
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As seen in figure 3, from about the 20th percentile through the top end of the distribution (the 97th percentile in 2007 and the 95th percentile in 2014), the benefits share for private industry workers is lower than that for civilian workers.