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percentile

Zelfstandig naamwoord

- (statistics) any of the 99 numbered points that divide an ordered set of scores into 100 parts each of which contains one-hundredth of the total

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### Voorbeeldzinnen

- 98
**percentile** (μg/m3) - 99,8
**percentile** of 1h means - a 99th
**percentile**, one‐tailed confidence interval; - Based upon a 95‐
**percentile** evaluation. - Based upon a 90‐
**percentile** evaluation. - a 99th
**percentile**, one-tailed confidence interval; - 90,1
**percentile** of 24h means (stage 1); 97,8 **percentile** of 24h means (stage 2) - 99,7
**percentile** of 1h means; 98,9 **percentile** of 24h means; annual mean; winter mean - 95 %
**percentile** of the fish length distribution observed in research vessel surveys (3.3.3). - In calculating the volatility adjustments, a 99th
**percentile** one-tailed confidence interval shall be used. - If the coordinates of the R point are not known, the H point is determined using a 50
**percentile** manikin. - The dynamically determined head impact zone has to be evaluated for the occupants represented by adult dummies of the types 5th
**percentile** female, 50th **percentile** male and 95th **percentile** male, each placed in its recommended seating position before the test as defined by the manufacturer, or - Normally it will be sufficient to test at 0°, + 30° and – 30°. The dynamically determined head impact zone has to be evaluated for the occupants represented by adult dummies of the types 5th
**percentile** female, 50th **percentile** male and 95th **percentile** male, each placed in its recommended seating position before the test as defined by the manufacturer, or - This conclusion can be reached both by using mean extractable cadmium concentrations [9] and 90
**percentile** values in the five Finnish cultivation zones for the year 1987. - Based upon
**percentile** evaluation of the log10 normal probability density function of microbiological data acquired from the particular bathing water, the **percentile** value is derived as follows:(i) Take the log10 value of all bacterial enumerations in the data sequence to be evaluated. (If a zero value is obtained, take the log10 value of the minimum detection limit of the analytical method used instead.)(ii) Calculate the arithmetic mean of the log10 values (μ).(iii) Calculate the standard deviation of the log10 values (σ).The upper 90‐**percentile** point of the data probability density function is derived from the following equation: upper 90‐**percentile** = antilog (μ + 1,282 σ).The upper 95‐**percentile** point of the data probability density function is derived from the following equation: upper 95‐**percentile** = antilog (μ + 1,65 σ).