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total frequency

the number of observations in a set of data.
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The data analysis pertaining to distribution function (pdf) of the total frequency with regards to monkeys exhibited the responding Kolmogorov statistics between 0.
Fig 1: The total frequency of incisor malocclusion in a sample of Jordanian females
Compared to Kapton, PVA shows strong sensitivity to environment moisture and the total frequency shift measured is 95 MHz for RH change of (50%-90%).
The differences between the total frequency of occurrence of the insects were very highly significant [chi square] = 3051.
The six new additions to the NBX series provide a cost-effective, high accuracy reference clock solution with dual voltage capabilities and class-leading total frequency stability as low as +/- 20 parts per million (ppm).
Total frequency of hetero or homozygous variant of mutant genotype RANTES gene carriage was equal to 34% in a conditionally healthy group and 47.
The flights will complement the current twice-daily Tokyo Narita services, bringing total frequency to Tokyo to four times daily.
Trained students improved not only the writing product (structure, coherence, quality) which could be translated as a significant improvement of their writing (de-Caso & Garcia, 2007, Garcia & de-Caso, 2006; Graham, Harris, & Mason, 2005; Graham & Perin, 2007), but also in different writing processes such as the total frequency of processes, time spent on writing, the frequency and time spent on reading, writing and checking the essay, after the training program (Braaska, et al.
An ESD generator excites a large portion of the total frequency range simultaneously with a broadband signal and looks for a response.
Emirates will enhance connectivity to the city with five additional flights from December 3, bringing its total frequency to 12 per week.
Emirates will add four flights to Colombo and five to Maldives, bringing its total frequency to 18 flights per week to Sri Lanka and 14 flights per week to the Maldives.
Starting today (July 1), Emirates will add four flights to Colombo and five to MalE[umlaut], bringing its total frequency to 18 flights per week to Sri Lanka and 14 flights per week to the Maldives.

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