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In any year the inter-quartile range of regional growth rates was in excess of 2 percentage points and the coefficient of variation was above 0.
We use this result to simulate pension uncertainty implied by the three current pension regimes; we summarize the degree of uncertainty by the coefficient of variation of the replacement rate distribution.
The coefficient of variation of the longitudinal velocity in structural beams obtained from 8-year-old Pinus elliottii trees was 12.
Since the coefficient of variation (CV) is not dependent on measured values of input parameters, it is therefore a more appropriate instrument for comparison than solely the standard deviation, with which we can meet in the studies on regional disparities (Matlovic et al.
Each monograph has information on its names, category, molecular formula and weight, appearance, solubilities, and other chemistry, and methods, including the analytical system components, major operating parameters, standard solution and sample preparations, correlation coefficient and linearity, coefficient of variation of the assay, limit of detection and quantification, and interference.
The variations of specific growth rate, calculated in term of the coefficient of variation (mean [+ or -] SD) were increased with increasing stocking densities: 20.
The mean standard deviation, variance, and coefficient of variation for the upper and lower part of the township were calculated using Microsoft Excel and are depicted in Table 2.
Results: The short-term precision for fBMD measurements by DEXA (14 healthy volunteers, 3 repeated measurements) was adequate with a coefficient of variation 2.