percental

percental

(pəˈsɛntəl)
adj
(Statistics) statistics calculated as a percentage; relating to percentages
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In order to understand voltage harmonics better, percental changes of 2-7th voltage harmonics (of about 10 hours) by time are shown in Fig.
Since glycerol does not constitute a nitrogen source, the percental decrease of the protein content is a measure of the "dilution" of the starting protein with glycerol, and its amount results from the difference to 100%.
FIGURE 3: Percental differences between actual (metered) and projected energy consumption in the intervention period (impact-related outcome) on building level.
Percental 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 2000 2001 2002 Saque em 20,8 21 47,1 52,2 55 60 70 74 77 88,4 99,2 Suspensao Outros Tipos 79,2 79 52,9 47,8 45 40 30 26 23 11,6 0,8 de Saque Figura 2--Zona de saque dos jogadores.
Mass accumulation rates of organic, siliciclastic, carbonaceous, and total dry matter in four size fractions during 1910-2007, and their percental differentiation Size fraction, mm Total 0.
For the comparison of the percental differences of the increments a paired t-Test was used.
Table 1 - Percental distribution of right and wrong answers to the second part of the questionnaire, and final averages.
4 million* Half year results reflect growth in Islamic, wholesale and Consumer activities* al khaliji capital adequacy ratio stood at 26 percental khaliji held its first half 2009 investor and press conference today in its headquarters in West Bay, Doha.
f) Percental effects estimated from regression analysis of the temperature-mortality relationship; different adjusted models were used for the different causes of death.
Soil geography of investigation Sites A-D (10 by 10 m square plots) and the total landscape (overall) and percental standard deviation (a%) (adapted from Beyer et al.
Generally, the results showed that the change of thermal conductivity cannot be neglected when processing polymer nanocomposite melt as already a small amount of filler has a massive influence, for example, on simulation and configuration of heating as well as cooling procedures or injection-molding simulation (percental increase in thermal conductivity corresponds almost linear to percental reduction in cycle time for 1-mm wall thickness parts (4)).