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Glossary of measurement terms
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A vocabulary list featuring Measurement Vocabulary Word List. These are vocabulary terms that will be used during our measurement unit. This glossary of terms used in educational and psychological measurement is geared toward the non-specialist in measurement. Terms which are considered basic are defined, such as those used in test manuals or educational journals.
Definitions are based on current usage in textbooks in the areas of educational and psychological measurement and statistics. Measurement terms used in Title I evaluation are contained in this glossary. Several types of measurement techniques are identified and defined.
Other measurement terms which are defined include those relating to validity, reliability, statistical analysis, test interpretation, and program : Richard O.
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Common Measurement Terminology: Measured Variable: It is usually measured in terms of inaccuracy and expressed as accuracy. These terms, which refer to the sound pressure amplitude, can also be defined in terms of intensity. The choice would be based upon the measurement technique.
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accuracy (of measurement) The extent to which observed values, the data produced by measuring an event, match the true state, or true values, of the event as it exists in nature.
The NYSSCPA has prepared a glossary of accounting terms for accountants and journalists who report on and interpret financial information. money or other unit of measurement, certain resources, Any book containing original entries of daily financial transactions.
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Individuals are asked to first designate ethnicity as. This is a glossary of common mathematical terms used in arithmetic, geometry, algebra, and statistics. Abacus: An early counting tool used for basic arithmetic. Absolute Value: Always a positive number, absolute value refers to the distance of a number from 0.
Glossary. Below are some of the terms that appear regularly throughout the Domesday Book, their 11th century translations and their meanings.
Measurement of an acre as a multiple of hides varies in Domesday from region to region. Arpent arpent Having French origin, The Domesday Book lists numbers of burgesses in some settlements but not. This is a partial glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, while many date from the 17th to 19th also Wiktionary's nautical Glossary of measurement terms book, Category:Nautical terms, and Nautical metaphors in the Further reading section for additional words and references.
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Usually used in natural white or creamwhite colors. Apron. a unit of measurement exactly as wide and high as the point sizes. Although some recipes spell out measurements, a lot of cookbooks use abbreviations. Often times, different books will use different abbreviations, which can cause confusion when putting together a dish.
For example, the tablespoon and teaspoon abbreviation may look very similar and can be mistaken for one another: a lowercase t can stand for. Glossary and Terms: Units of Measurement.
Length and Distance Inch - The inch (or inches for plural) is a small unit of length. Twelve inches make up a foot. Compared to the metric system an inch equals centimeters. Inches are used for smaller lengths such as measuring the length of a pencil or the width of an eraser.
None of the units of measurement below is as interesting as that, but they just might be more useful, often in scientific and technical contexts. The proper unit is a tool to allow us to measure and organize the world - by length, volume, energy, or some other aspect of reality.
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The purpose of this Glossary of Research Terms is to help novice researchers in understanding basic research terminologies in educational research. Discover the world's research 19+ million members. You can find definitions for most of these units, terms, and words in any good unabridged dictionary.
There are also books dealing with units of measure and surveying. Johnston, "For Good Measure". Untitled. Book listing State and Federal Laws relating to measures. Funk & Wagnall's Unabridged Dictionary, Webster's Unabridged Dictionary.
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Test and Measurement Terms Basic description RF Wireless World Reference; VSG: The device or equipment used to generated modulated vector signal in time domain. It is the short form of Vector Signal Generator. It houses two parts AWG and RF up conversion. The IQ vector or data can be provided as input to the VSG.
VSG vs VSA: VSA. A measure of the average of the square of the errors that evaluates the quality of an estimator in terms of its variation and unbiasedness. Bias and efficiency are, in effect, components of the MSE.
One-group repeated-measures design. A study methodology in which a single sample is observed at two or more time points (e.g., before and after a. Due to the very nature of nautical life and its sometimes harsh conditions, measurements tended to be practical rather than theoretical.
Definitions varied in different countries and in different reference books. The "Cable" causes much confusion, partly due to the method of cable construction and by its use as a measure of distance. Mathematics Glossary» Glossary Print this page. Addition and subtraction within 5, 10, 20,or Addition or subtraction of two whole numbers with whole number answers, and with sum or minuend in the range,orrespectively.
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Unit-of-measure conversion—a conversion ratio used whenever multiple units-of-measure are used with the same item. For example, if you purchased an item in cases (meaning that your purchase order stated a number of cases rather than a number of pieces) and then stocked the item in eaches, you would require a conversion to allow your system to.
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Curriculum-Based Measurement (CBM). A method to measure student progress in academic areas including math, reading, writing, and spelling. The child is tested briefly (1 to 5 minutes) each week. Scores are recorded on a graph and compared to the expected performance on the content for that year.
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