permissible value

permissible value

[pər¦mis·ə·bəl ′val·yü]
(mathematics)
A value of a variable for which a given function is defined.
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Permissible value for metals studied in cow milk samples of different types of livestock, mean EDI values and their contributions to PV for adult consumers.
This permissible value for a giveaway is enough to ensure the brand recall, which is often cited by firms as a reason for distributing gifts, according to ministry officials.
The reason for this is the presence of acrylamide above the permissible value. Acrylamide is a substance that is formed by heat treatment of food.
According to Indian Health officials the permissible value of Rs 1,000 for a gift has been fixed to allow firms to ensure the recall value of their brands.
When misalignment was considered, it was limited to a value of e = 0.1 x t (eccentricity of the upper to the lower plate), which is lower than the maximum permissible value according to Table 1.
Lead concentrations exceeded EC permissible value (0.2 g/g) in all fish samples.
The easy-access Quality Controls include: Sound Quality module to limit the permissible value of the processed signal amplitude and reduce all the background noises for the clearest output; Voice Equalizer module to set a wide variety of voice color regardless of the source signal; Vowel Enhancer to change an amount of harmonics to fix out-of-tune notes or change key of singing voice without affecting timbre and pitch; and the full, 10-slider Equalizer to control the strength of the sound quality with a host of presets for easy and instant selection.
Also, in both cases, the permissible value of air speed ([greater than or equal to] 0.25 m/s) was exceeded locally, although for a larger part of the cross-section in case 2.
If [x.sub.1] = 1 then [x.sub.2] is a factor of 96, that is, [x.sub.2] is one of 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 24, 32, 48, or 96 but since we had assumed that [x.sub.i] [greater than or equal to] [x.sub.i+1] the only permissible value for [x.sub.2] is 1.
The values of components CA and FA varied within wider limits than the recommended permissible (Petkevicius, Sivilevicius 2000; Petkevicius, Podagelis 2000), MF (in 83.7% of cases) varied beyond the recommended permissible limits and B (in 68.6% of cases) also varied beyond the permissible limits without reaching the highest permissible value and considerably exceeding the smallest permissible value (2.25 mass %).