Just as fire drills are held in offices and residential blocks to increase awareness of what to do in an emergency, a similar strategy needs to be drawn up to train people about what to do during an earthquake, given the relative frequency with which tremors due to epicentres in nearby geolocations have been affecting the UAE in the last decade.
What does RF stand for?
RF stands for Relative Frequency
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We have 54 other meanings of RF in our Acronym Attic
- Reduction Factor
- Reflexology Forum
- Reform Party (founded by Ross Perot in 1995)
- Refrigerant Ton
- Regional Forces (Vietnam)
- Regions Financial Corporation (stock symbol)
- Register File
- Registered Forester
- Relative Body Fat
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Changes of the relative frequency with respect to time may be calculated by combining Equations 3 and 4 or by using Equation 1 after calcuating all other parameters such that the change in frequency over time is [d[omega].
the relative frequency approach, the a priori approach and the classical approach) can only legitimately be used in a causally-deterministic world.
They use relative frequency or proportion in this comparison ([f.
Bousso's team has being trying to determine the number of bubbles that exist at any given time and the number of 'observers' in each bubble to come up with the relative frequency of observers that can live in one universe compared to the relative frequency of observers who can live in another universe.
But the truth is that people do move parties, and councillors change parties with relative frequency.
Considerable sums were wagered on the results of these games and a good deal of research went into devising methods of predicting the relative frequency of Roman and Greek letters in mathematical formulae.
Based on probability, it focuses on the relative frequency of the occurence of an event.