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All words are symbols with the exception of a very few imitative or [...] words, such as boom, buzz, hiss, plop, ticktock
onomatopoeic

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All words are symbols with the exception of a very few imitative or onomatopoeic words, such as boom, buzz, hiss, plop, ticktock

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#### Flashcard 1442605829388

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#estructura-interna-de-las-palabras #formantes-morfológicos #gramatica-española #la #morfología #tulio
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Una palabra tiene estructura interna cuando contiene [...]
más de un formante morfológico.

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Una palabra tiene estructura interna cuando contiene más de un formante morfológico.

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La estructura interna de la palabra

#### Flashcard 1477193108748

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The definition of variance is simply the [formula]
mean squared deviation (MSD) of the x values from their mean:$$\int var(x) = dx \space p(x) ( x − E[x] ) ^2$$

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The definition of variance is simply the mean squared deviation (MSD) of the x values from their mean: int var x = dxp(x) ( x − E[x] ) 2

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[...] labels the y-axis
ylabel(’vertical’)

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#### Flashcard 1488012053772

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[...] labels the y-axis
ylabel(’vertical’)

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 They added that the cancers diagnosed with MR imaging were small, median size of 8 mm, node negative in 93.4% of cases, and dedifferentiated (high-grade cancer) in 41.7% of cases at prevalence screening and 46.0% of cases at incidence screening.

MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography | Diagnostic Imaging
e 12 of 13 cancers 6.9 One cancer was diagnosed with all three methods (mammography, US, and MR imaging) during the 1,741 subsequent screening rounds and none were diagnosed with mammography only or US only, the authors wrote. <span>They added that the cancers diagnosed with MR imaging were small, median size of 8 mm, node negative in 93.4% of cases, and dedifferentiated (high-grade cancer) in 41.7% of cases at prevalence screening and 46.0% of cases at incidence screening. No interval cancers were observed. MR imaging screening offered high specificity (97.1%) and high PPV (35.7%). According to researchers, the results suggest that MRI can serve as a usef

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 #mammography #mri #radiology #us According to researchers, the results suggest that MRI can serve as a useful supplemental screening tool for women at average risk, especially those with dense mammographic tissue, and MRI is superior to supplemental ultrasound for this purpose. The results also highlight the ability of MRI in the detection of more aggressive types of cancer.

MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography | Diagnostic Imaging
ases, and dedifferentiated (high-grade cancer) in 41.7% of cases at prevalence screening and 46.0% of cases at incidence screening. No interval cancers were observed. MR imaging screening offered high specificity (97.1%) and high PPV (35.7%). <span>According to researchers, the results suggest that MRI can serve as a useful supplemental screening tool for women at average risk, especially those with dense mammographic tissue, and MRI is superior to supplemental ultrasound for this purpose. The results also highlight the ability of MRI in the detection of more aggressive types of cancer. “The faster a cancer grows and the better it is in seeding metastases, the better will it be picked up early by MRI,” lead author Christiane Kuhl, MD, chair of the Department of Radiolo

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 #mammography #mri #radiology #us “The interval cancer rate in our study was zero percent. Not a single cancer was undetected that became palpable,” she said. “This suggests that MRI finds breast cancers that also mammography would find, but MRI detects them earlier, and it finds the cancers which, if MRI had not been done, would have progressed to interval cancers.”

MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography | Diagnostic Imaging
early by MRI,” lead author Christiane Kuhl, MD, chair of the Department of Radiology at RWTH Aachen University in Aachen, Germany, said in a release. “In our cohort, cancers found by MRI alone exhibited features of rapid growth at pathology.” <span>“The interval cancer rate in our study was zero percent. Not a single cancer was undetected that became palpable,” she said. “This suggests that MRI finds breast cancers that also mammography would find, but MRI detects them earlier, and it finds the cancers which, if MRI had not been done, would have progressed to interval cancers.” Your name E-mail The

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“The interval cancer rate in our study was zero percent. Not a single cancer was undetected that became palpable,” she said. “This suggests that [...]

MRI finds breast cancers that also mammography would find, but MRI detects them earlier, and it finds the cancers which, if MRI had not been done, would have progressed to interval cancers.

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MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography | Diagnostic Imaging
early by MRI,” lead author Christiane Kuhl, MD, chair of the Department of Radiology at RWTH Aachen University in Aachen, Germany, said in a release. “In our cohort, cancers found by MRI alone exhibited features of rapid growth at pathology.” <span>“The interval cancer rate in our study was zero percent. Not a single cancer was undetected that became palpable,” she said. “This suggests that MRI finds breast cancers that also mammography would find, but MRI detects them earlier, and it finds the cancers which, if MRI had not been done, would have progressed to interval cancers.” Your name E-mail The

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What is the MRI specificity/PPV in breast cancer screening?
MR imaging screening offered high specificity (97.1%) and high PPV (35.7%)

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MRI Detects Breast Cancer Sooner than Mammography | Diagnostic Imaging
with MR imaging were small, median size of 8 mm, node negative in 93.4% of cases, and dedifferentiated (high-grade cancer) in 41.7% of cases at prevalence screening and 46.0% of cases at incidence screening. No interval cancers were observed. <span>MR imaging screening offered high specificity (97.1%) and high PPV (35.7%). According to researchers, the results suggest that MRI can serve as a useful supplemental screening tool for women at average risk, especially those with dense mammographic tissue, and

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Thus, producers in a perfectly competitive market are subject to the prices determined by the market and do not have any leverage.
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Economics Basics: Monopolies, Oligopolies and Perfect Competition | Investopedia
zed by many buyers and sellers, many products that are similar in nature and, as a result, many substitutes. Perfect competition means there are few, if any, barriers to entry for new companies, and prices are determined by supply and demand. <span>Thus, producers in a perfectly competitive market are subject to the prices determined by the market and do not have any leverage. For example, in a perfectly competitive market, should a single firm decide to increase its selling price of a good, the consumers can just turn to the nearest competitor for a better p

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 A perfectly competitive firm is a price taker, which means that it must accept the equilibrium price at which it sells goods.

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rkets Next tutorial Monopoly Microeconomics|Forms of competition|Perfect competition Perfect competition and why it matters Read about the economic ideal of perfect competition. [imagelink]Share to Google ClassroomShareTweetEmail Key points <span>A perfectly competitive firm is a price taker , which means that it must accept the equilibrium price at which it sells goods. If a perfectly competitive firm attempts to charge even a tiny amount more than the market price, it will be unable to make any sales. Perfect competition occurs when there are many se

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 Firms are said to be in perfect competition when the following conditions occur: Many firms produce identical products.Many buyers are available to buy the product, and many sellers are available to sell the product.Sellers and buyers have all relevant information to make rational decisions about the product being bought and sold.Firms can enter and leave the market without any restrictions—in other words, there is free entry and exit into and out of the market.

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sellers are price takers. The market structure is the conditions in an industry, such as number of sellers, how easy or difficult it is for a new firm to enter, and the type of products that are sold. Perfect competition and why it matters <span>Firms are said to be in perfect competition when the following conditions occur: Many firms produce identical products. Many buyers are available to buy the product, and many sellers are available to sell the product. Sellers and buyers have all relevant information to make rational decisions about the product being bought and sold. Firms can enter and leave the market without any restrictions—in other words, there is free entry and exit into and out of the market. A perfectly competitive firm is known as a price taker because the pressure of competing firms forces them to accept the prevailing equilibrium price in the market. If a firm in a perfe

#### Flashcard 1488101182732

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[...] joins the plotted points with dashed lines, whereas plot(x, y, ’o’) draws circles at the data points with no lines joining them