basic time

basic time

the time that it should take an operative with the appropriate level of skill to complete a task. However, it should be noted that this ignores any ALLOWANCES designed to compensate for contingencies, interferences and relaxation. See WORK MEASUREMENT, STANDARD TIME.
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The Beginning Music Notation booklet reinforces a student's understanding of basic notation concepts such as clefs and the grand staff, line and space notes, basic note values, stem rules, rests and basic time signatures.
No one knows what will happen, but there is a basic time frame that allows some of the blanks to be filled in.
Our experience and comments from aircraft owners and training facilities were consistent: If a pilot does not show up multi-engine and instrument current and comfortable and willing to single-mindedly work on the course, he or she will have difficulty completing the course in the basic time allotted.
Assuming there is simply a skills deficit, you can teach basic time and project management skills to patients with ADHD (and to any patient with suboptimal executive functioning).
Hours is a simple, basic time tracking app that has helpful reminders as well as an interface created by Tapity's Apple-Design-Award-winning team.
All data in the system (basic time series as well as derived products) are restricted to noncommercial research and education.
The central part of the band offers the basic time and battery info, tracks sleep and other health data and syncs it with a fitness app.
The central part of the band offers the basic time and battery info, tracks sleep and other health data and syncs it with a fitness app, then pops out when there's an incoming call and acts as a Bluetooth headset - really rather nifty.
Technology can be broken down into two basic time periods: "BC" (before computers) and "AD" (after devices).
Another possibility to consider for the integrated time is assuming that the overall time is the sum over the basic time units.
Chapter 7, the first in the two-chapter sequence regarding time series, begins with the most basic time series models, namely, those univariate models employed when working with stationary time series data.

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