RT3


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RT3Reverse T3
RT3Railroad Tycoon 3 (game)
RT3Reverse Tri-Iodothyronine (pediatrics)
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The financial "encouragement" by the DOE toward reforms like the Common Core and value-added models (VAMs) of teacher evaluation through RT3 has resulted in a direct transfer of curricular and financial decision-making power from individual to local, local to state, and state to national/private entities.
Each subject wore the same RT3 accelerometer on the dominant hip during waking hours for 7 days in the first and seventh weeks.
The RT3 accelerometer, is a triaxial accelerometer which uses advanced microcomputers to register body motion (specifically, the electrical energy of acceleration and deceleration) during activities that involve energy cost.
The need to track, manage and monitor data which support student achievement, enhanced teaching and school improvement - as required by RT3, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), and other funding programs.
2003) Validation of the RT3 triaxial accelerometer for the assessment of physical activity.
Hurley (2009): Utility of the RT3 triaxial accelerometer in free living: An investigation of adherence and data loss.
Executive models also feature the fully-integrated RT3 system, which includes a CD/RDS radio, integrated GSM mobile phone, colour satellite navigation and voice activation.
MET (metabolic equivalents or amount of energy expenditure at rest) values were also calculated for each participant using RT3 energy value scores.
The SE model adds Peugeot's RT3 integrated system which includes colour satellite navigation, GSM mobile phone and a JBL sound system with six- disc CD autochanger.
The SE model adds Peugeot's RT3 integrated system, which includes colour satellite navigation, GSM mobile phone and a JBL sound system with six-disc CD.
The RT3 model is ideal for slightly heavier small tools as it can grasp onto tools weighing up to an astounding 32oz.