performance in an introductory computer science course.
This method was developed for accurate calculations of natural gas density, but is often used for predicting
dew points as well.
For comparison, the nonminority hypothesized model (see Figure 3) predicting
wellness also held, and provided an acceptable fit to the data: ([chi square] (39, n = 286) 111.37, p [less than or equal to] .01; GFI = .94; RMSEA = .08; CFI = 0.90); however, there were no significant path coefficients.
This unexpected death has resulted in a re-evaluation of all gene therapy programs in the United States, and nobody is predicting
effective gene therapy the next few years.
Dynamic pharyngoscopy in predicting
outcome of uvulopalato-pharyngoplasty for moderate and severe obstructive sleep apnea.
It is finally time to risk the foolishness of predicting
the future 50 years of religious evolution.
In effect, a company executes step 1 by predicting
future cash flows for income taxes.
the future (especially a negative future), often on the basis of scanty or nonexistent information, is a regular intramural sport for the pundits.
In the predicting
game, however, timing is everything.
The authors reported that predicting
and characterizing casting quality requires "criterion functions" to connect the output of numerical models (temperatures, gradients, solidification times, etc.) to empirical findings (microstructure, porosity, shrinkage, faults, etc.).
As a result, the search for factors that impact on successful rehabilitation is ongoing and predicting
rehabilitation outcomes is a commonplace activity.
With a moderate increase in stainless steel production, the bank is predicting
that nickel prices will be between $3.40 and $3.75 U.S.