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where [GAMMA] is the average width of resonances and D is the typical spacing between J = 1 resonances, and the following order of magnitude estimates apply: [a.sub.p] - 1 = O([[GAMMA].sup.2]/[D.sup.2]), [~.a.sub.p] - 1 = O([[GAMMA].sup.2]/[D.sup.2]), and [b.sub.p] = O([GAMMA]/D).
In FY2017, an order of magnitude estimate is noted to underground wires on Elden Street, from Monroe to possibly Center Street.
Because of data limitations, these percentages provide an order of magnitude estimate of the extent to which claimants will have willing payers.
Sketch planning tools provide quick order of magnitude estimates with minimal input data in support of preliminary screening assessments.
P&A data ar a rough order of magnitude estimates of cost and availability of defense articles and/or services, which are sufficiently accurate for planning purposes but may not be used for budgetary purposes nor may be considered as USG commitments.