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A Laboratory Course in Structural Geology by Stephen M. Rowland, Ernest M. Duebendorfer, Ilsa M. Schiefelbein
Such a point is called a cutoff point. In three dimensions a cutoff point is a line, called a cutoffline. Now find point a′ on Fig. 15.1a and b.
by Simon Day
All subjects with values below some cutoff point (defined as those with 'good' prognosis) are assigned to the control group; ...
by Mike Allen
When originally conceptualized as a continuous construct during the test development stage, setting a cutoff point does not turn the health literacy construct into a categorical construct in the same way that human height cannot be considered ...
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