An alternative evolutionary perspective motivating expected life span
maximization is related to cultural learning.
The mine has an expected life span
of about eight years, he says.
In a real sense, the care and feeding of the body equals expected life span
Once an appliances nears the end of its expected life span
for multifamily property usage, Bellack and Lobins agree that it's time to start watching the repair orders on the pieces.
Plastic pallets provide Meyer both durability and low cost along with an expected life span
of 5 to 7 years.
market, an error occurred in the translation, indicating that "The Vektor CP1 was developed as a contingency carry gun with an expected life span
of approximately 6,000 rounds.
The mill has an expected life span
of at least 30 yr with total tailings capacity exceeding 123M [ft.
The expected life span
is 25 years, which is similar to a normal motor.
Since the expected life span
equals 1/[Mu], this implies that increasing life span from 10 to 11 days costs 23 times more in terms of eggs than increasing it from 50 to 51 days.
For example, adjusting the full-benefits retirement age further to keep pace with increases in life expectancy in a way that would keep the ratio of retirement years to expected life span
approximately constant would significantly narrow the funding gap.
The unit weighs about 40 pounds and has an expected life span
of about 10 years.
Her first boy, Dominic, seven, was already half way through his expected life span
when doctors broke the news to her that his baby brother Oliver, who is eight months old, also had the same condition.