numerical value


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numerical value

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Noun1.numerical value - a real number regardless of its signnumerical value - a real number regardless of its sign
definite quantity - a specific measure of amount
modulus - the absolute value of a complex number
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The French alphabet, written out with the same numerical values as the Hebrew, in which the first nine letters denote units and the others tens, will have the following significance:
All this is reflected in a 3-digit numerical value known as a credit score that is calculated using mathematical algorithms based on financial data taken from the consumers' credit history.
The ReaScan test is a semi-quantitative test that comes with a pocket reader that converts the results into a numerical value to help diagnose the intensity of infection," said Frost & Sullivan Senior Research Analyst Srinivas Sashidhar.
I will appeal against the order in the Supreme Court," she said, adding that she does not require the compensation amount awarded by the court as she feels that no numerical value can be put on the life of her son.
Weighting credit risk and interest rate risk with a single numerical value created conflicts that ultimately made it difficult to accurately weigh the risk of either," Metsger said.
The ratings of each characteristic were then used to calculate an overall numerical value on a 100-point scale, and winners were determined by rank.
Altunsaray also pointed out that the nullification of the four questions on the exam will change the numerical value of each question, leading to discrepancies in the weighting of the different sections and, as a result, unfair calculations of the students' scores.
He developed a theory that suggests that the numerical value for [c.
It means that numerical values in the third column of each single transverse curve must be subtracted by an appropriate numerical value, such as 20 in this paper.
The mathematical concept can also be extended to predict homozygous dominant traits such as purple flowers, which is represented by the numerical value of 200 because the dominant purple allele P has been given a numerical value of 100 (Table 3).
Note that the two-part numerical tautonym THIS is 'balanced' in two respects: The numerical value of each of the two parts is identical, as is the number of letters in each part.