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result

1. a number, quantity, or value obtained by solving a mathematical problem
2. US a decision of a legislative body
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You can google any keyword and keep clicking 'next' until you reach the end of the result page.
Z-score is a normalized value, which gives a "score" to each result relative to the other members in the group.
As a result, futile care is not quality health care and referral to quality care committees may be warranted.
The result of backplanning is a one-page "backplan" that transforms a complex set of detailed plans from groups with different assumptions into one coherent and integrated set of actions and required results.
A woman's likelihood of receiving test results after delivery also was elevated if she had waited more than 90 minutes to learn her test result (2.
A statistical analysis of the data from a simple CIPM key comparison based on Assumption II requires one to account for the uncertainty that arises from the unknown bias in a combined result of measurement that is used as an estimate for Y.
The new paradigm question to answer is, "How are students different as a result of the guidance program?
The ultimate capabilities of a storage subsystem to provide minimum I/O request response times in this environment is documented by the SPC-1 LRT result.
But as you've probably discovered, a simple keyword or phrase can yield millions of results that often have nothing to do with your query.
704(c)(1)(B) would trigger gain to A as a result of B's and C's receipt of Newco interests.
Users can get a positive result when they are, in fact, not infected (called a false positive), or the test may indicate that a person is not infected with the virus, when, in fact, they are (called a false negative).
Metal fins penetrate the refractory cross section and result in ineffective refractory performance.