No.Fractions are ratios of two integers.Decimals are numbers in which the place value of each digit is 10 times the place value of the digit to its right.Percentages are fractions whose denominator is 100.
They have the same value but not the same degree of precision.They have the same value but not the same degree of precision.They have the same value but not the same degree of precision.They have the same value but not the same degree of precision.
It is the same as the equivalent value
I only know what mean is, so mean is the same thing to the average. * * * * * Range is the difference between the maximum value and the minimum value. Range = Maximum - Minimum.
6.3 is the same as 6.30 because the 0 after 3 has no value
NO, salvage value is subjective. The salvage price is usally set by bids. Depends. If it's salvage the price is very subjective. If it's salvage but reconstructed (i.e. roadworthy) it's typically worth 60% of the value of a comparable car with a clean title. Use kbb.com and edmunds.com to determine appx value.
That is a residual haunting... they dont see that you are there and they will not hurt you
No they are not all the same thing. A customer value threshold is the max the customer values something. A customer value proposition is the value proposed by the customer, which is the same as a value offering.
Assuming it's reconstructed/roadworthy, take 40% off the value of a comparable clean titled car.
There is not a value to sameness. Sameness is the same thing as equal value.
If this is for insurance purpose you should go on www.autotrader.com and find same of atleast 3 vehicals and that would be the price.
The same way it is for a clear title, the adjuster will look at what similar cars with a similar amount of damage have sold for as salvage in the area. A salvage vehicle that's been restored to roadworthiness is roughly worth 40% less than a comparable clean titled car. That should give you some idea of where to start. Go to nada.com to determine the car's value.
Residual magnetism and remanence are the same thing. The term residual magnetism is often used in engineering applications. Both terms describe the magnetization, and measure of that magnetism, left behind in a ferromagnetic material after the external magnetic field is removed.
For a population the mean and the expected value are just two names for the same thing. For a sample the mean is the same as the average and no expected value exists.
Depends on how you use it, but no, pitch does not mean the same thing as value. -Clairy Reiher
i was just wondering the same thing...