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expected frequency

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(Statistics) statistics the number of occasions on which an event may be presumed to occur on average in a given number of trials
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Expected range is specified contract award fees for services "on-line" and their expected frequency for a period of 4 years according to the "Table A" (Annex 1 specifications) and expected number of tickets for the period of 4 years according to the individual listed in the selected destinations "Table B" (Annex 2 to the tender documentation).
The expected frequency of four loss producing hurricanes in Florida is about once every 150 years--still within the range to which most insurance companies manage their catastrophe risk.
Health Canada s follow-up assessment determines if the specific level poses a health risk, based on the contaminant s level, expected frequency of exposure and contribution to overall diet.
State the expected frequency of agent/representative service contact.
The weak performance reflects high expense costs associated with the start-up operation, combined with a higher than expected frequency of large losses in recent years.
As the expected frequency of white was 50% there was no bias in the observed frequencies of white color in the sire progeny.
Therefore, the null hypothesis of no relationships between the observed frequency and the expected frequency is rejected, showing a relationship between personal mastery and the use of ICTs in faculties and departments of physical education and sports sciences of Isfahan.
edu/EVS/), and raised concerns about some X-linked intellectual disability (XLID) genes based on 3 indications: (a) truncating variants are observed in the Exome Variant Project (EVP) data set, (b) previously published disease-causing mutations are detected at a higher than expected frequency in the EVP data set, and (c) the original implication of the gene's association with XLID was based upon insufficient evidence.
The expected frequency (E) of each cell can be calculated as the product of row total and column total divided by grand total.
The conclusion: when making predictions all that matters is how the payout compares with the expected frequency of the outcome.
The diseases are listed in order of their expected frequency in an average dermatopathology practice, and they briefly describe and illustrate representative disorders in each category and their histopathology, and list conditions for differential diagnosis.
From Table 6, the observed frequency of 294 for yes for Babcock University students was higher than the expected frequency of 287.
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