For our result analysis, we chose to use 95 % confidence level, with k = 2 for standard and complex distributions and k = 1.71 for

rectangular distribution.

The simple continuous uniform or

rectangular distribution Uniform (0, 1) with probability density function (PDF) f(x) = 1 for 0 < x < 1 and f(x) = 0 otherwise is very important.

In a

rectangular distribution, all the values within a range--from the lowest to highest--are equally probable.

No estimate on uncertainty was given for this measure, so a 0.05 cm uncertainty was assumed based on the number of significant figures reported, and a

rectangular distribution was selected due to the lack of information on the measurement.

Experience values [+ or -] 0,5 x [10.sup.-6] [degrees][C.sup.-1] and

rectangular distribution (equal possibility over the entire interval) are assumed.

For the cracks of

rectangular distribution, under the condition of the different ratios b/h, the variation of the stress intensity factor of crack-tip B is showed in Figures 3 and 4.

A distribution of N ranks can be considered a

rectangular distribution of integers on the interval (1, N).

(d) From (a) and (c) it is clear that the total deadweight loss to society is always much greater under a

rectangular distribution than under an identical (homogenous population) distribution.

The actual parabolic concrete stress-strain curve can be replaced by an equivalent

rectangular distribution.

Similarly, for Subject 218 choice was slightly risk prone during the first condition (

rectangular distribution) and slightly risk averse during the second condition of the experiment (exponential distribution), but choice was strongly risk averse during the remaining conditions.

The

rectangular distribution manifold maintains a constant 4: I aspect ratio down its entire length and starts with dimensions identical to those of the rectangular channel.