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Moreover, there had been no opportunity to allow consolidation of the concept of [pi] relationship to have been made before moving to applications of that relationship for the calculation of both circumference and area of a circle.
Hill, a recognized obesity expert, said in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (AJCN), 2014, "In randomized controlled trials (RCTs), the use of LCSs is associated with lower body weight, BMI, and waist circumference.
In order for dust extraction to be efficiently placed as close as possible to the tablet flow generated by the spiral vibration at the circumference of the spiral, the concept of centrally placed dust extraction - with slots along the shaft permitting occasional suction of powder - had to be completely rethought.
Base on the results of the present study, arm circumference, ankle circumference, elbow width and knee width were calculated as 29.
Except for the part about becoming CEO--a lucrative assignment for Fox that was worth a few million dollars a year in total compensation--that's exactly what the Circumference Group was organized to do: identify tech companies, both public and private, in a particular stage of development and invest in them, consult with them or both.
There is evidence to suggest that BAME groups are at a higher risk of diabetes than white populations with the same BMI and waist circumference values.
The only standard measurements and ratios on prenatal ultrasound that were not significantly associated with increased risk for shoulder dystocia were head circumference and the ratio of femur length to abdominal circumference.
Other studies have demonstrated a positive correlation between head circumference and/or brain volume and IQ in typical individuals," the researchers explained.
Although most subjects did not have traditional risk factors, they had greater waist circumference and fat covering internal organs in the chest and abdomen.
For example, while the bioelectrical impedance analysis estimates the body fat through impedance/resistance to current flow in the body, skinfold thickness and body circumference measurements use regression equation models to predict body fat.
After 13 weeks of gestation, the foetal age may be estimated by the biparietal diameter (the transverse diameter of the head), the head circumference and the length of the femur (the longest bone in the body).
Scientists found a "strong" association between wrist circumference and a major risk factor for both conditions in 477 overweight and obese children with an average age of 10.