Z-SCALE


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Z-SCALEHeight Determination
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When inter-comparing the 'leading' and 'slow' organizations of the different activity fields according to the manifestation of the nagging and sneering actions, it is evident that the difference of the integrated estimations reaches even 3.8 of the z-scale point and this makes almost four standard deviations.
The greatest difference between the estimation of the organizations of public sector and the analogous estimation of the organizations of private sector has been identified according to the dimension of tasks and it reaches 0.48 of the z-scale point; and this makes almost half of the standard deviation.
Model railroads on display at the festival range in size from trains big enough to sit upon down to Thornton's Z-scale, but some of the most impressive are in the popular HO scale.