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Area

The size of a two-dimensional space. One calculates the area by multiplying the area's length by its width.

area

A measurement of the square footage contained within certain boundaries.
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A z-score table shows the percentage of the total area under the curve indexed by the number of standard deviations from mean.
6 that for the specimens of composite with identical size the area under the curve of the registered signals of AE does not depend on the speed of loading.
The area under the curve, which is directly to lumens, also increased by about 3 percent.
Validation of the model using an observed prevalence threshold of >0% gave an area under the curve of 0.
A repeated measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) on area under the curve showed a significant main effect of inflation rate, F(2, 34) = 4.
As clearly illustrated in Figure 1, magnetic field exposure did not alter the area under the curve (AUC), the timing or amplitude of the melatonin peak, the slope of the increase in melatonin between midnight and the peak, or the slope of the decrease from the peak to 0700 hr.
The primary efficacy measure is blood ammonia, assessed as 24-hour area under the curve on Days 14 and 28 (last day of each treatment period).
Users can choose from eight parameters to make accept/reject decisions (peak pressure, area under the curve, etc.
The investigators did not find any significant difference between the cohorts in the area under the curve prediction of preterm delivery within 7 days (AUC was 0.
The area under the curve of each peak (chromatogram) is proportional to the concentration of each standard solution used and injected into the column.
The updated version of the ergoFET device also includes new information that was not previously available including average force of test; average force after peak force is reach; and area under the curve.

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