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frequency

noun common occurrence, commonness, continuity, crebritas, cycle, frequence, frequentia, periodicity, prevalence, rate, recurrence, regularity, regularity of recurrence, repetition, repetitiveness, succession, usualness
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These differences in the relative frequency of premeiotic, meiotic, and postmeiotic phase length in Javan muntjac and other ruminants may be related to the lifespan of primary spermatocytes, which is longer than that of other germinal cells [25].
The approach of the NSS_Slovenia to the geo-political position and the Euro-atlantic security enables "partnership" (research units 3, relative frequency (1)) and "security environment" (research units 3, relative frequency (2)).
Overall, relative frequency of alcohol use in the general population was estimated at 2.3%.
Comparing the results of the relative frequency of the precipitating cloud events to the fraction of rainfall corresponding to each type of cloud (Figures 5, 6, and 7), it can be observed that during the considered period the occurrence of deep convective clouds is small but the rainfall generated by this type of cloud is very significant, on average responsible for over 60% of the precipitation occurring in the region.
The best estimate of the relative frequency of M in the whole population with respect to the evidence e is 0.73.
Figure 12(a) shows the relative frequency distribution of positional accuracy in the X-axis direction as shown in Table 4.
The maximum number of subjects in normal groups have cholesterol activity in the class interval 151-200mg/dL with relative frequency of occurrence 0.597.
What needs to be pointed out is that [y.sub.i] is the relative frequency deviation.
Relative frequency of each type was computed in terms of percentage.
They cover the fields of fundamental physics (tests of General Relativity), time and frequency metrology (comparison of distant terrestrial clocks, operation of a master clock in space), geophysics (mapping of the gravitational potential of the Earth), and potential applications in astronomy (local oscillators for radio ranging and interferometry in space).We propose to (1) develop two engineering confidence ultra-precise transportable lattice optical clock demonstrators with relative frequency instability 1Eu10-15/root(tau)1/2, inaccuracy 5Eu10-17, one of which as a breadboard.
For the purposes of this paper, letter distributions were calculated as follows: (1) regard the 26 English letters as states; (2) regard the 98 letter tiles (without blanks) as the total number of members in the house; (3) regard letters' relative frequency percentages (calculated to the thousandths) as their populations (after multiplication by 1000).
With other words, the average of a dichotomist variable is right relative frequency of getting the value 1 (the number of observations which gave the value 1 divided to the total number of observations from data series) that is, relative frequency (marked here as p) of the cases wherein studied characteristic is shown [10].

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