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be the right size (for)

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  • be the right size (for)
  • be the right shape for

place

suit

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healthy

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fit in

fit someone up

fit something or someone in

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fit something or someone out or up

have a fit

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to cause to be ready, as for use, consumption, or a special purpose

to supply what is needed for some activity or purpose

to have a proper or suitable place

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to be compatible or in correspondence

to make or become suitable to a particular situation or use

to conform to another, especially in size and shape

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fit out: to supply what is needed for some activity or purpose

suitable for a particular person, condition, occasion, or place

satisfying certain requirements, as for selection

consistent with prevailing or accepted standards or circumstances

a sudden and often acute manifestation of a disease

a sudden violent expression, as of emotion

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a display of bad temper

a sudden uncontrollable attack

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the manner in which something fits

a sudden flurry of activity (often for no obvious reason)

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be agreeable or acceptable to

be the right size or shape

make fit

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insert or adjust several objects or people

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conform to some shape or size

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make correspond or harmonize

meeting adequate standards for a purpose

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(usually followed by 'to' or 'for') on the point of or strongly disposed

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physically and mentally sound or healthy

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Of the choices given to planners and rank ordered from the 'least important' to 'most important' (my analytical ability or preference for numbers, living a healthy lifestyle, my gender, my ethnicity, and my ability to empathize with my clients) all variables within the goodness of fit test showed significance, thus, rejecting the null hypothesis that these variables occur by chance alone.
A CFA conducted with both "Efficient" and "Confused" items removed did not result in a further enhancement of the goodness of fit indices, and, resulted in a decrease in Coefficient Alpha for the Confusion scale to .
778 describes that the goodness of fit of the model indicates about 78 percent fit.
61135 Table 3 Goodness of fit test for Transformed Accident Reduction Factor [xi]* f[xi]* [E.
2] values of the test of goodness of fit in each of these areas are also significant.
Other stand-alone indices are the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA), the root means square residual (RMR or SRMR), the goodness-of-fit index (GFI), and the adjusted goodness of fit index (AGFI).
Goodness of fit results when the properties of the environment and its expectations and demands are in accord with the organism's own capacities, characteristics, and style of behaving.
The correlated two-factor model yielded acceptably high goodness of fit indices (i.
Several measures were used to assess the model fit: the Chi-square goodness of fit, the ratio of the Chi-square goodness of fit to the degrees of freedom, the root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA), the normed fit index (NFI), and the expected cross-validation index (ECVI).
In addition to graphical displays, statistical measures suggested by Loague and Green (1991) were used to evaluate the goodness of fit between the measured and predicted data.
Overall, the goodness of fit is quite satisfactory, with Nagelkerke (4) [R.
Goodness of fit indexes in confirmatory factor analysis: The effects of sample size.
88%) is very high which indicates goodness of fit as 99.
Moreover, the statistical descriptors of a model's performance--such as goodness of fit, specificity, sensitivity, transparency, and similarity--are often misleading because the applied data set(s) for many (Q)SARs are narrow, skewed, or otherwise nonrepresentative of the chemical world existing in reality.
Its relationship to the covariance matrix is essentially identical to the relationship between the residual (observed-calculated)/(estimated standard deviation) and the overall [chi square] goodness of fit.