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What Is ISO P9 Tolerance?
Category : Business
The International Organization for Standards (ISO) is an international group that sets universal guidelines for measurement of thousands of items. In the case of bearings, certain types can tolerate certain amounts of stress, an amount quantified by ISO. P9 BearingsP9 bearings are are used for specific application on items such as machine spindles. This class of bearing can deliver a higher rot

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Zero Tolerance in Schools
Category : Education
Now more than ever, parents are growing more concerned about activities in schools that may be harmful to children. In response to the growing concerns of parents, many schools have adopted zero-tolerance policies, which aim to discourage students from engaging in destructive behavior. Several schools have also hired police officers to patrol the hallways of schools to provide extra safety to stud

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What Is Tolerance in Resistors?
Category : Hobbies, Games & Toys
Ordinary resistors have three to five colored bands across their body. The fourth band represents what is known as tolerance. Tolerance indicates how much the measured value of a resistance is different from its theoretical value, and it is calculated using percentages. FeaturesMany resistors have only three bands on their outer casing, which means that the tolerance has a default value of plus

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What Is Alcohol Tolerance?
Category : Food & Drink
Alcohol tolerance is a person's ability to resist changes in motor function, judgment, mood, and other effects that normally result from consuming alcoholic beverages. The higher your alcohol tolerance, the more drinks you will have to consume to become impaired or drunk. Body MassOne of the most important factors that influences alcohol tolerance is body mass. The concentration of alcohol in t

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What Is the Meaning of Zero-Tolerance Laws?
Category : Legal
Zero-tolerance laws refer to laws passed by all 50 states forbidding drivers younger than 21 from driving with any amount of alcohol in their system. An officer can pull a young driver over for suspicion of alcohol use, and if they have a measurable blood alcohol level (BAC) of .01 or .02, depending on the state, they can have their license suspended or even revoked. History of Zero-Tolerance L

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How to Lower Opiate Tolerance
Category : Health
Opiate tolerance is a phenomenon experienced by individuals using narcotics for pain control. Over time patients notice that the prescribed dosages of medication are no longer effective in controlling their pain. Left untreated opiate tolerance can lead to unnecessary suffering and possible addiction to the prescribed medication.Difficulty:Moderately EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
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Cluster tolerance in SQL Server
Category : Databases

Is it possible to set cluster tolerance for spatial methods is SQL Server?


Something like cluster tolerance in ArcGIS.


http://resources.esri.com/help/9.3/ArcGISengine/java/Gp_ToolRef/environment_settings/cluster_tolerance.htm


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eigendecomposition error tolerance
Category : Programming Languages

I have a very simple question. It is related to the computational tolerance error.


Let me do (see at the end) the eigendecomposition of a matrix A in eigenvector V and diagonal eigenvalues D, and build it again by multiplication V^-1*D*V.


The obtained value is far from being A, the error is quite big.


I would like to know if I am using incorrect functions t


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Equation solver within tolerance
Category : Programming Languages

I'm trying to design a Ruby script that will help with RC/RL circuit design by taking values of E24 series resistors and E12 and E6 series capacitors and inductors. Basically just cycling through each possible combination with the equation F = 1 / ( 2 * Pi * R * C ) [for the RC circuit for eg].


I'm not after efficiency here, just reliability. I need it to cycle through


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Glucose Tolerance Diet
Category : Health
A glucose tolerance test is administered to determine whether a mother-to-be has developed gestational diabetes, a potential side effect of pregnancy that can cause the fetus to gain an abnormal amount of weight and, therefore, complicate delivery. The baby's shoulders may not develop properly, and he may have breathing problems. An overweight infant is also more likely to develop diabetes later i

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