### Table 18. Cumulative Effects Summary

2005

"... In PAGE 6: ... Summary of Costs, Distributional Effects, Community Impacts and Impacts on Groundfish Retention . 43 Table18 .... In PAGE 64: ....3.3 Summary of Cumulative Effects This section provides both a quantitative and qualitative assessment of cumulative effects of the alternative actions considered. Qualitative Assessment of Cumulative Effects To further aid evaluation and comparison of the potential for and significance of cumulative effects of the proposed action and alternatives considered, a narrative description of effects on various resources was prepared in a tabular form ( Table18 ). The direct and indirect effects of past, present and reasonably foreseeable future actions are integrated to determine whether there is a cumulative effect and, if so, its significance.... In PAGE 69: ... Individually insignificant but cumulatively significant impacts. The cumulative effects analysis is summarized in Table18 . Cumulatively significant impacts on the natural and physical environment are not anticipated with the proposed action because no impacts on the natural and physical environment have been identified.... ..."

### TABLE 4 CUMULATIVE EFFECT OF A $1 DISTURBANCE AFTER ONE YEAR

### TABLE 3 CUMULATIVE EFFECT OF A $1 DISTURBANCE AFTER ONE YEAR G7 COUNTRIES

### Table 3. Cumulative Effects on a Multi-stage Process, at an 85% quality level almost half of the code delivered will be defective

1999

"... In PAGE 5: ... Compounding Effect of Defects, even good work on a faulty base will result in a defective product This is analogous to the problems encountered in determining the yield of a multi-stage manufacturing process. Using a formula of: Qualityof this stage = Qualityof previous stage * % DefectLevelof this stage a simple analysis of the problem as shown in Table3 , results in some scary conclusions. Even scarier than the mathematical analysis is the consistency of the conclusion to many real life situations.... ..."

### Table 1. Predicted effect of casing diameter on cumulative methane and total gas production for 910 days of simulated mining.

"... In PAGE 4: ... The length of the slotted casing and its setting depth above the top of the Pittsburgh Coalbed were held constant at their original design values, 61 m (200 ft) and 12 m (40 ft), respectively. The modeling results given in Table1 for the simulated mining period (910 days) predict that the cumulative methane production using the 25.4 cm (10 in) casing will increase 4.... ..."

### Table 5 Effect size (on RT) and the disparity in cumulative frequency in studies of age-limited learning

"... In PAGE 10: ... One way to determine the reliability of a null result is to conduct a comparison of effect sizes across a range of studies of a similar kind. Table5 displays effect sizes for a number of studies which have examined cumulative frequency and AoA, along with the current study. The last column shows the frequency discrepancy for each set of items.... ..."

### Table 5 Effect size (on RT) and the disparity in cumulative frequency in studies of age-limited learning

"... In PAGE 10: ... One way to determine the reliability of a null result is to conduct a comparison of effect sizes across a range of studies of a similar kind. Table5 displays effect sizes for a number of studies which have examined cumulative frequency and AoA, along with the current study. The last column shows the frequency discrepancy for each set of items.... ..."

### Table 19: Type 3 Analysis of Effects

"... In PAGE 23: ... Table19 presents a cumulative analysis of effects.... ..."

### Table 1: Q5. More effective presentation of search results Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative Percent

### TABLE 4 Estimated % Changes in Math and Science Test Scores from Switching to a Teacher Holding the Given Degree during One Grade Only, and Cumulative % Effect if Switch Occurs during Grades 7-11 Inclusive Note: The comparison group is teachers without a Master apos;s degree. Double asterisks indicate effects significant at 5% or less. Standard errors appear under variables.

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