Which is the only chemical element where its atomic number is equal to exactly twice its

calculated sum?

The true shear rate can be

calculated using the Rabinowitsch correction for non-Newtonian materials, as shown in equation 8.

The expanded uncertainty U is reported in units of the transducer response, providing the uncertainty in the response values

calculated from the calibration equation yielded by the NIST calibration measurements.

Regional seroprevalence rates were

calculated for 65 quadrangles representing 297 minor civil divisions.

The deterministic settlement price is based on a

calculated life expectancy tar the insured of 71 months.

In Indianapolis, however, the cost of living is

calculated lower than the national average, and this difference is reflected in our lower-than-average GPCIs for work (0.

Figure 4 shows time snapshots of the

calculated core blowing.

Using a sample of Medicare days by RUGS categories, an average federal per-diem rate is

calculated.

Then the purchaser's MIS department can write a routine to compare the tax charged on the invoice to the tax

calculated by the tax calculation system.

4 percent annual return from 1984 to 1993 was

calculated incorrectly and could in fact be much lower.

Relative resource weights are

calculated by multiplying the inlier average length of stay by the SIW for each case within the group.

Adds Hutt: "We looked at each of those contracts as separate profit centers and

calculated the break-even point for both.

The extended nozzle contains a channel or capillary, and shear stress is

calculated from the pressure drop across the nozzle as measured by a pressure transducer at either end.

Under that provision, if an NOL from a different tax year is brought into the current one (for purposes of calculating the charitable contribution deduction in that year), the excess charitable contribution carryover that will be carried to the next year will be

calculated without consideration of the NOL, resulting in a reduction of the carryforward; see Regs.