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the separation of a whole into its parts for study

a close or systematic study

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a form of literary criticism in which the structure of a piece of writing is analyzed

the use of closed-class words instead of inflections: e

a branch of mathematics involving calculus and the theory of limits

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OIO-44 alt olcekleri ve diger psikolojik degiskenler icin ANCOVA analizinde hesaplanan etki buyuklukleri degerlendirildiginde, depresyon duzeylerinin OKB hastalarini normal saglikli kisilerden ayirt etmede en yuksek etki degerine sahip degisken oldugu gorulmustur.
ANCOVA models with indices of investor sentiment as covariates were estimated, one for each of the combinations shown below for each of the three indexes of investor sentiment (Consensus Index, AIIA Index, and Market Vane) in contemporaneous and lagged forms.
Consequently, we could not use ANCOVA to compare the intercept of this snake to intercepts of the other snakes.
46), which indicates this assumption has not been violated, and thus ANCOVA was determined to be an appropriate analysis.
ANCOVA tests for the spirituality and religious activity variables were then conducted while controlling for income and education, two variables that previous research suggests might exhibit a confounding effect (Jha et al.
full professor, assistant professor, adjunct professor), ANCOVA, using the pretest score as a covariate, was also conducted to see if outcomes differed on the basis of instructor experience.
A 3 x 2 ANCOVA (time by group) was performed on the Common Multiplication Facts Test.
To compare the changes in scores from the pre-course surveys to the post-course surveys between the service learners and the non-service learners, I conducted a ANCOVA for each of the three types of citizens.
pooled] = average within groups SD; k = number of predictor variables; df = degrees of freedom; t = t statistic; s = number of levels of the factor minus 1, or number of dependent variables (whichever is smaller); GLM = general linear model; ANOVA = analysis of variance; ANCOVA = analysis of covariance; MANOVA = multivariate analysis of variance.
To control for differences in body size without assuming an isometric relationship between body mass and metabolic rate we utilized an ANCOVA with the base-ten log of body mass as the covariate, sex and species as factors and the base-ten log of carbon dioxide accumulation or oxygen consumption in [micro]L x [h.
05) (see Table 2 for MANCOVA and ANCOVA F statistics).
The ANCOVA found that there was an overall significance of family attachment scores among model programs after controlling for the baseline family attachment scores, age, and education F (6, 782) = 15.
ANCOVA was then applied to isolate the unique variances associated with the retention and student understanding variables alone.