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CCopyright (usually written ©)
C100 (Roman numeral)
CAverage grade
CCell (phone; science)
CTransport (US military aircraft designation for transport aircraft since 1962)
CBattery Size
CCelsius/Centigrade
Csymbol for the speed of light (in a vacuum, 299,792,458 meters per second)
CClick
CCum (Latin: With, often seen with a bar over the c)
CSee
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CCenter (football)
CCombined (US DoD)
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CCanadian
CCentury
CC Programming Language
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CCentre (Canada Post road designation)
CClubs (playing cards)
CCookie
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CCompliance (Network World)
CChemical
CCharlotte, NC (mint mark on coinage 1837-1861)
CCharlie
CEconomy Class (Air Freight)
CAir Post (philatelic catalog prefix for non-ground stamps)
CCorner (welded joint type)
CConnect (ITU-T)
CCycle
CCastle
CConstant
CPrince Edward Island (Canada Post designation)
CConfidential
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CCent
CCongress
CCollector (transistor; electronics)
CCarbon
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CCombinations (probability)
CConsumption (economics)
CCliff (Stores 100 code)
CCirca
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CSpeed of Light
CCommonwealth
CContainer (SDH)
CCloudy
CColon (currency of Costa Rica and El Salvador)
CCork (Irish car registration)
CCairo (Egyptian automobile license plate)
CCubic
CCodex
CCalorie
CCompute(r)
CCough
CCarat
CCatcher (baseball)
CConduit
CCocaine
CCanceled
CCyan
CAffirmative (logging abbreviation)
CClerical (for ACG duties)
CClock Mode (aviation)
CCircumference
CCountess
CCoefficient
CCessna (civilian aircraft)
CCorrelations
CChromosome (as in banding)
CCurie
CClockwise
CConstant of Integration (calculus)
CCarbone (French: Carbon)
CComptroller
CConsonant (speech)
CCitigroup (stock symbol)
CCitiGroup, Inc. (NYSE symbol)
CAscorbic Acid (vitamin)
CCoverage factor
CConseco
CCircling (approach and landing charts)
CC Major (music)
CCapacitance
CExposure Concentration (environment)
CCentimeter
CCranial Nerve
CCysteine (amino acid)
CCedi (currency of Ghana)
CCourt of Chancery (UK)
CSet of Complex Numbers (mathematics)
CCoulomb
CCentavo
CCentime
CConvective
CCeiling Limit (weather reports)
CContralto
CCentum (relating to an Indo-European language pronunciation)
CCool Breeze (rapper)
CCenti (abbreviation of abbreviation for 1/100)
CCentral Standard Time (as used in time groups)
CCytosine
CCenterpartiet (Swedish political party)
CCaesarian
CNicaraguan Cordoba (national currency)
CCessna Aircraft Corporation (manufacturer's symbol)
CCervical Vertebra (prefix, as in C-1, C-2)
CCycloplegic
CCircinella (microbiology)
CCurtis-Wright Corporation (various locations)
CCongius (Latin: Colt)
CCulver Aircrfat Corporation (US Navy aircraft)
CCreeping Line Pattern (US DoD)
CC Programming Language Source Code (file name extension)
CFresnel Cosine Integral
CFederal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (designates original point of circulation of a dollar bill)
CMusical pitch/note
CUndenominated US Stamp (20 cents, introduced 1 Nov 1981)
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To evaluate commutability, we need the expanded uncertainty U([d.sub.RM]) obtained by multiplying u([d.sub.RM]) by a suitable coverage factor. If we want a risk of 5% to erroneously classify an RM just outside C as commutable, the coverage of the expanded uncertainty shall be 90%.
In the tests reported in the literature, the active CC area has been kept constant at a high coverage factor. A large chilled surface area is typical of TABS.
A coverage factor of two will provide expanded uncertainty U = 2[U.sub.C] with a confidence level of approximately 95%.
G= 141 [+ or -] 7 [mm.sup.3] at 95% CL with a coverage factor K = 1.96.
To increase a level of confidence, the concepts of expanded uncertainty and coverage factor are used.
On the other hand, it was assumed that overestimation could not occur, which means that the estimation could be done under the restriction that no coverage factor was less than one.
The density uncertainty for this equation is the same as the current standard and is estimated to be 0.04 % (combined uncertainty with a coverage factor of 2) between 250 K and 450 K for all pressures, and 0.1 % for lower temperatures.
Coverage factor k = 1.96 (degree of freedom = [infinity]) is used from student t-distribution table for 95% confidence level to calculate expanded uncertainty.
(4, 5),25 in 1000 observations would have been excluded: [+ or -] 4.6% (coverage factor, k = 2, corresponding to a 95% confidence interval) (Fig.
(2) we can explore the relationship between the standard deviation and the level of confidence, i.e., the coverage factor. Although we are considering random Gaussian noise corrupting our measurement result, the subsequent rounding due to finite resolution significantly changs the level of confidence for a coverage factor of k = 2, particularly when [[sigma] < 0.5.] We can gain some insight into this effect by examining the magnitude of the error at the 95th percentile in relation to the magnitude of the standard deviation.
Since the effective degree of freedom is [infinity], from student t-distribution table for 95% confidence level, the coverage factor k = 1.960.
The value of U is calculated by multiplying the combined standard uncertainty, [u.sub.c], by a coverage factor, k, of 2.