sufficiency


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sufficiency

[sə′fish·ən·sē]
(statistics)
Condition of an estimator that uses all the information about the population parameter contained in the sample observations.
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'I still believe and am deeply convinced that we will be able to achieve rice sufficiency, why?
It also gets P7 billion from the regular fund to achieve the required sufficiency production volume of 21 million MT of palay.
FIF had distributed food packs, sewing machines and goats among the deserving people of Tharparkar a few months ago to help them to attain self sufficiency.
Technical sufficiency indicates sufficiency in use of technology in all spheres of life and business leading to economic growth.
He further informed Nigerians that the NNPC has enough products sufficiency that will last up to 30 days.
Environmental discourse, however, is not the only field in which discussions on sufficiency have intensified.
However, there are many different conceptions of sufficiency. Often, they are not clearly defined, and suggestions for putting them into action run into difficulties.
below--to mean that fundamental error occurs only when "the evidence is insufficient to show that a crime was committed at all," (7) which the Monroe court interpreted to mean that a court cannot grant relief on a valid-but-unpreserved sufficiency issue unless "the evidence could not support the conviction of any crime whatsoever," (8) That test was not met here because the evidence proved that Monroe "committed [the two offenses] ...
With regards to sampling sufficiency, it is known that larger sampling sizes increase the probability of obtaining the same inferential conclusions in new samples within the same population (PILLAR, 1999).
(CSC), currently Taiwan's No.1 steelmaker, has moved one step closer to reaching the goal of outfitting itself with iron-ore self sufficiency of 30%.
The present research aimed at detecting professional self sufficiency levels of physical education and sports teachers who worked in Izmir Province and at investigating them in terms of some variables.
In doing so, it examines the adequacy or sufficiency of the information that prospective students receive when deciding to attend college.