Contingency

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Contingency

An additional amount or percentage added to any cash flow item (ie. Capex). Care is needed to ensure it is either to be spent or to remain as a cushion.

Contingency

A negative situation that may occur and for which one ought to prepare. For example, a company may maintain extra cash reserves to cover unexpected liabilities. See also: Cushion.
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The initial three-dimensional contingency tables of mutual independence between adult pollock occurrence and the three physical characteristics proved significant.
Contingency tables have tests which use the negative log-likelihood instead of sums of squares found in ANOVA analysis; They use different calculations to perform their tests.
2]/n is referred to as the total inertia, which is all the information available in the contingency table.
The Contingency Table (Table 1) is restated to show conditional probability of a student receiving an actual course grade ([LETG.
Instead, I apply contingency table analysis to the available data in an attempt to falsify the maintained hypothesis of no relation between deposit insurance coverage and banking stability, (11) and to identify the systematic pattern, if any, between these two variables.
These no-change observations are included with the downward counts in the contingency table.
Some exposure to contingency table analysis and factor analysis might also be helpful, they suggest.
Serum myoglobin was also measured in addition to urine myoglobin in 11 studies (19, 20, 23, 31, 40, 41, 43, 44, 46, 59, 61), but only 1 study had extractable data for a contingency table (59).
The contingency table of OLR results for lead contamination in both the vis-NIR and MIR spectra at 3 different thresholds shows that as thresholds increase the true negatives increase while the true positives decrease (Fig.
The percentage of eggs hatching varied significantly among years (Chi-Square, 2 by 5 Contingency Table, [X.
To perform the Chi-Square test, a table of expected frequencies is first calculated using P(X) and P(Y) from the contingency table.
Panel 1 of Table 4 contains the GENDER by CUT contingency table results, while Panel 2 of Table 4 contains the CERTI by CUT contingency table results.

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