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Also PLC/servo-motor-controlled metering and mixing systems with pushbutton ratio, shot size, and output rate control.
In response to concerns about a shifting sex ratio among members of the Aamjiwnaang First Nation community near Sarnia, Ontario, a team of Canadian researchers examined birth records for the group from the years 1984-2003 as part of a broader community-based investigation.
The aspect ratio of the first pneumatic tires, specifically designed for passenger cars (1905-1915), was about 1.
Others have suggested the need to individualize the ratio of unknown to known material based on academic area (Cooke, Guzaukas, Pressley, & Kerr, 1993; Cooke & Reichard, 1996).
As insurers know less about a new business risk than a renewed risk, it may take several years for new business loss ratios to reach the more favorable loss ratio levels of the renewal book of business.
The QHR was measured from 0 Hz to 5500 Hz in 1:1 ratio at 20 [micro]A to [+ or -]1 part in [10.
A participation ratio was created to account for differences grouping the number of semesters attended by students.
APPLICATION:This study demonstrates the importance of high velocity ratio in producing a uniform stock mixture in concentric thick stock dilution before the fan pump.
1) Analyses conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that over the nine-year period, the pregnancy-related mortality ratio rose; the risk of pregnancy-related death was sharply elevated among women aged 35 or older and among black women.
The degree ratio is the number of high school diplomas awarded in a given year divided by the number of individuals aged 17.
Of course, the Maastricht Treaty stipulated that the deficit-to-GDP ratio should not exceed 3 percent and the debt-to-GDP ratio 60 percent.
For example, the ratio of two oxygen isotopes--oxygen-18 and oxygen-16--found in precipitation, rivers, and lakes varies with latitude due to differences in mean annual temperature.
A fund's P/E ratio is the weighted average of the P/Es for all the fund's holdings, with larger stock positions calculated to have a greater influence.
Through experimental data, this article details the Sr/Bi ratio required to effectively modify Si morphology in 319 aluminum and improve melt quality and casting grain structure.
A company that earns $2 per share, for example, and sells for $20 has a P/E ratio of 10.