median point


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median point

n.
The intersection of the medians of a triangle.
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The lowest median point in the most recent cycle was 2,135 square feet in 2009.
The median point of survival without disease progression and overall survival has not yet been reached.
(8) Length of the cranium (median frontal length) from the most aboral point on the vertex of the cranium in the median plane to the median point of the nasofrontal suture AN (Akrokranion--Nasion).
The median point (n) =0.55, the lower boundary (l) =0.2 and the upper boundary (k) =0.95 as shown in equation 1, 2 and 3.
Instead of defining middle class, Cotton said that the "typical" Arkansas household has annual income of about $40,000 a year, apparently equating the median point with what is typical.
Everything could change again next week, but if we're seeking some kind of median point, we'd have to say Oregon is an imperfect team that still might be the best the Pac-12 has to offer.
This shows that the simple median is not so close the median point, whereas the successive median point is much close to the median point even in two-dimension.
From figure 6, Object Median splits at the median point. By calculating the median of each triangle, the object median point is equally distributed by finding the middlemost point between the median of all triangles.
The spectral curve was calculated from the reflectance measures, and then the median point was obtained for the flowers of each species (Figure 2).
If there is an odd number of points the minimum distance will be found at the middle point (house), or the median point. This is just the beginning in terms of the rich mathematics that can be mined from this problem.
As Yilmaz (2000) suggested, parents who received scores above the median point on these two patterns were called authoritative, those who scored under the median point were called neglectful, those who scored under the median point on acceptance/involvement pattern but above the median point on strictness/ supervision were called authoritarian, and those who scored above the median point on acceptance/involvement but under the median point on strictness/supervision were called permissive.