margin of error

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the margin required in order to insure safety

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70%, which is within the CAPFT curve error margin given in Table A2.
The lunches are delivered across Mumbai with an amazingly small error margin of just one in six million and without a strike or work disruption for the past 125 years," said Salm Bahrain editor Meera Ravi, whose magazine is co-organising the talk with Nissan.
The survey of 693 adults (sampling error margin of plus or minus 3.
5% error margin, was conducted by the Near East Consulting on a sample of 840 Palestinians distributed in all Palestinian governorates including East Jerusalem and Gaza.
In a survey conducted by Esma last year, 35 per cent of the 540 randomly picked samples of gold weighing scales were found to have exceeded the maximum permissible error margin, as per technical regulation.
Error margin is estimated at 2-3 per cent at 95% confidence level.
Digitalizing this process means great savings in terms of time and money, and we also benefit from a lower error margin.
adults conducted between July 3-15, and carried an error margin of 3.
Despite failing to check statements, almost one in five (17 per cent) of current account holders are still able to keep track of their account balance at any time within a pounds 50 error margin.
The goal is to hit a maximum error margin of about plus or minus two percent, which in large metropolitan areas may mean needing as many as 2500 questionnaire respondents.
Arrive Alive chiefs recently refused to confirm if they had lowered their error margin over a speed limit, and have consistently dismissed suggestions they are raising money through the safety scheme.
But with an error margin of 4pc, it means the two have reached a statistical dead heat.
Thus, a sample of 600 may give a sampling error margin of plus or minus four percent, while a sample of 2000 may reduce that margin to two percent.
A spokeswoman for the Youth Justice Board, which commissioned the poll, stressed the 3pc error margin made the year-on-year trend stable.
Tamura says the infrared measuring system has an error margin within 15%, which he says meets the standards set by the U.