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(Balance), noun aligned, equal, equal on a plane, even, exact, in the same plane, matched, of the same height, same, standard, straight, uniform

level

(Grade), noun advanced status, class, freshman, graduate, junior, program, senior, seniority, sophomore, status, underclassman, undergraduate, year, year of graduation, year of studies

level

(Plane), noun bank, deep slope, distance uppard, easy slope, elevation, equal, exact, flat, flat surface, flattened, flush, grade, gradient, inclination, incline, inclined plane, on a line, parallel, pitch, slope, steep slope
See also: adjust, balance, coequal, commensurable, destroy, efface, extirpate, obliterate, pillage, regulate, subvert
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The test statistic is significant at the 10% level of significance revealing that we can reject the null of the presence of a unit root process.
The ratio of exports to real GDP, lX, is statistically significant at the one percent level of significance.
Rolling resistance came second with over 25 percent, and rolling noise was accorded the lowest level of significance on the survey scale.
Indicates the level of significance at 1 percent and 5 percent level respectively Table 2: Growth Rates of Production of Agricultural Crops in India during 1970-71 to 2009-10 Regression Regression Coefficients of Results/crops a t [r.
05 represents the level of significance compared with the values with vehicle-treated mice.
You know a decade has made it to a new level of significance when historians not only write a library of books about its main themes and events, but also write ones about what people later thought about the era and how politicians used the 1960s to further their own political goals.
t) is stationary at the 1 percent level of significance.
We can reject the null hypothesis of no cointegrating vector in favour of four cointegrating vectors under Trace and Maximum-Eigenvalue statistics at 5 percent level of significance.
Columns with different letters indicate that treatments were significantly different at 5% level of significance (P [less than or equal to] 0.
055568) at 5% level of significance, null hypothesis is rejected and hence it can be concluded that there is significant difference between the cost of deposit of nationalized banks, SBI group, new private sector banks, old private sector banks and foreign sector banks.
To find the significant difference between planned and actual expenditure Chi-square test has been used at 5 percent level of significance and further t-test is applied to find the level of responsiveness between indexed and non-indexed companies.