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In analyzing the effect of sex and travel abroad experience on epistemic belief factors, independent t-tests showed only statistically significant difference between participants who had traveled or lived abroad before (mean was equal to 18.42 and standard deviation was equal to 5.27) with participants who had not in their beliefs about simple knowledge (mean was equal to 21.29 and standard deviation was equal to 3.95, t-value (61) equaled -2.13, therefore the p-value was less than .05) as the magnitude of the difference in the means was moderate (eta squared was equal to .07).
31, 2000 over a term certain, equal to the joint and last survivor life expectancy for T and his wife, obtained from Table VI of Regs.
When an owner surrenders a property by foreclosure and the creditor is the successful bidder, the owner is deemed to receive consideration equal to the greater amount of the bid by the amount of liabilities encumbering the property will be the measure of consideration in this situation.
The results of the simple linear regression line for each variable with average points per game indicated that both were important and statistically significant (defensive rebounds: t(18) equals 6.566, with p equal to .0001; offensive rebounds: t(18) equals 2.586, with p equal to .019), assuming all assumptions were met.
If it is, the transferor recognizes compensation income at the time of the disposition equal to the amount realized over the amount (if any) paid for the option.
The length of each coil is equal to l; the length of a target is equal to d; and L is distance between each of coils and a target.
Looking first at a ppm, equating MR and MC (second-order conditions are ignored) implies the firm sets a price that is a multiple of the MC of its optimal output; more specifically, the firm's optimal price is equal to the MC of its optimal output multiplied by an expression equal to: the absolute value of the price elasticity of demand at its optimal output divided by that absolute value minus 1.
The new member's tax basis in the LLC is equal to the purchase price, while the former member's tax basis is equal to his basis in the 50% of assets he "contributed" to the partnership.
Eventually it happens that F x [N.sub.j] [greater than or equal to] 0 for all j, in which case we set [D.sub.i+1] equal to the resulting F.
It follows that the 2-adic order of the coefficient is equal to that of [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], similarly to the proof of (9).
Let C' ([C'.sub.1] respectively, possibly equal to C') be a second good clique containing u ([u.sub.1]) and let z' ([z'.sub.1]) be a good vertex of C' ([C'.sub.1]).