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(ŭn-wā'tĕd)
Referring to a type of exercise in which weight bearing is reduced by application of counter-force, typically using a harness.
See also: kinematic chain, weight-supported exercise
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The Suits process yields coefficients that estimate the difference between the mean value of annual salary for a category and the unweighted mean of the means of annual salary across all categories.
As noted in Table 1 of our article, we did not report data for which the unweighted cell size was less than five or the coefficient of variation was 30% or larger.
Table 33 Net Compensation Rate and Marginal Effective Tax Rate, 2004 Percent Weighted Unweighted Net compensation rate 36.
To economize on space and calculations, we show contributions to the unweighted average labor productivity acceleration.
Sample weights were used to adjust for the sampling fraction to show the regional patterns of never-married women in Figures 1 and 2 but the subsequent discussion of living arrangements uses unweighted numbers because the analysis does not require the sample to be representative of the provincial distribution of the population.
Table 5 also compares large and small homecenter respondents with unweighted means followed by the ranking in parentheses.
The authors describe their results, the methods they used, including the use of both demographic and 'propensity score' weighting to correct for substantial biases in the raw, unweighted data, and the investments which were needed to achieve these results.
2 Unweighted N 772 142 800 579 428 1359 Weighted N 353,220 67,915 405,813 240,174 206,687 510,895 Women School and Work Status Attend School School and Work Work Only(b) Only Age at First Age at Survey Age at Survey Age at Survey Sexual 15-19 20-24 15-19 20-24 15-19 20-24 Intercourse <15 9.
In addition, HCFA developed and evaluated both weighted and unweighted indices.
An extensive comparison of the sample-weighted method (Hunter & Schmidt, 1990), and a newer unweighted method (Osburn & Callender, 1992) of meta-analysis is presented using actual data.
In addition to providing definitions of all variables used in this analysis, Table 1 also reports the unweighted and weighted means of the combined sample of 1,240 men from the SDW used in our estimations, as well as the unweighted means of the sample of 750 men in our HRS estimates.
unweighted, tests of the significance of the mean can easily happen.