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INTEGER. Whole, untouched. Res integra means a question which is new and undecided. 2 Kent, Com. 177.

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Therefore, it is important to measure which variable among the various attributes contained in the individual's medical data has affected the prediction results of the algorithm.
The made determination from all graphical representation of the stun in any variable is that industrial production (LIP) is the main variable that does not respond to different stuns in variables.
Possibility#3: There is a third variable -- a confounding variable -- which causes the increase in BOTH ice cream sales AND murder rates.
* the existence of a "reference point" of the variable or, with other words, of an "absolute zero" [1].
Focus on analysis of cost - volume - profit that is discussed in many textbooks, are traditional models of fixed and variable cost.
In the above scenarios, we have identified four variable types based on the information flow or alternately identified 4 trust levels types of variables in an application code.
An NI-PSP data item can be a shared variable in a LabVIEW project other than an active project or a data item on a connected server or device, such as an OPC server or FieldPoint module.
If the significance of a particular regression coefficient of the design variable [A.sub.i] is greater than the elimination level [[alpha].sub.lim] ([[alpha].sub.i]>[[alpha].sub.lim]), then that variable is assumed to be insignificant.
The technology enables additional authentication and deters counterfeiting by the means of prismatic (multi-color) printed variable information.
THE FINANCIAL INDUSTRY Regulatory Authority has drafted rules that could affect marketers of variable annuity and variable life products.