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n], b) [greater than or equal to] 4/[sigma] + 2[epsilon] arcsin [square root of ([delta]/2)] - [epsilon].
Coefficients for curve modeling are computed using probability distribution functions: polynomials, power functions, sinus, cosine, tangent, cotangent, logarithm, exponent or arcsin, arccos, arctan, arcctg.
05 level (b) The multiple comparisons listed used the Tukey-type multiple comparison method based on arcsin transformations of the original proportions [15] and were statistically significant at the p<0.
If the variance and mean of X and Y are the same (and they are usually close here), then M/1000 is equivalent to the standard correlation coefficient r, except that the arcsin transformation (applied to a measure of Mielke 1991) means that the deviation from unity asymptotes to the square root of mse, rather than mse itself.
En II, sean a = 2[pi] , b = arcsin y con -1[menor que o igual a] y [menor que o igual a] 1 , entonces
Mortality of mosquito larvae was analyzed by ANOVA, previous arcsin data transformation, to detect significant differences among treatments and controls.
Demographic data were tested for normality, and transformed when necessary; proportions were transformed by arcsin [check]p (Zar, 1999).
d = 2R X arcsin ([square root of [haversin([DELTA][PHI]) + cos [[phi].
This unusual integrand is a variation on the logarithmic form of arcsin h(x), and requires integration by parts:
The inhibitory avoidance data were transformed into proportion (p= x/300) values and then to arcsin (arcsin [square root of p]) values, according to Snedecor & Cochran (1980).