2) is convergent under the condition Extrapolated
Newton's method will converge if [micro] = |1 - ([[alpha].
To estimate the global load of dioxinlike compounds, the two scientists extrapolated
the concentrations they measured to areas of comparable climate, geography, and economic development.
by the Lanzhou Engineering and Research Institute for Non Ferrous Metallurgy (China) 1995, the tonnage on the Esaase open pit mine, which was based on the historical resource for 400 meters being extrapolated
over the 1,000 meters of the strike length, was estimated at 2,987,198 tonnes at an average of 4.
To estimate the impact of the cloud on global climate, the researchers extrapolated
from the known effects of smaller, more recent eruptions such as the 1815 Tambora eruption.
At the time of the decision the FDA ruled, "results of studies on the Japanese population cannot be extrapolated
to reach conclusions about potential effects on the U.
Choi emphasizes that the nifedipine dose needed to block calcium ions in the brain cells might be higher than the value he extrapolated
from studies of peripheral nerves.
Polygons or blocks were constructed for separate parcels and an average seam thickness and seam dip extrapolated
across the entire block, to determine volume.
the [degrease] on into 1987, and then compared it to the actual death rate," explains C.
from the April data show that the U.
He cites unanswered questions about the exact site of endothelin production, as well as whether the laboratory results can be extrapolated
to the in vivo situation.
This is not a calculated number based on parts-per-million instrumentation readings and then extrapolated
But "precise safe levels cannot be extrapolated
from animal research," comments Lyn Weiner, director of the Fetal Alcohol Education Program at the Boston University School of Medicine.