### Table 6. Early Reflection

### Table 2 reflects

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### Table 6: Reflection system

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### Table 2. The average rms for MDI and GOLF signals for 20 day periods over the 619 days investigated; see discus- sion in text.

### Table 1. Effects of reflections and glide-reflections on cell numbers.

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"... In PAGE 21: ... Ignoring those species then, we need to see what reflections and mirror-position glide- reflections do to the numbering of the cells. Lemma 5 The action of a reflection or glide-reflection with axis in mirror position on the numbering of the cells is displayed in Table1 , where the parity of an axis is the parity of the cells through which it runs, length refers to length of the G1 lattice unit, and interchange of numbers means specifically the interchange of 1 and 3 or 2 and 4. Proof.... In PAGE 21: ... Proof. The effects of glide-reflections in Table1 are obvious. And the effects of re- flections are those of zero (even) glides except for the anomalous effect on cells of parity opposite to that of the cells through which the mirror runs when the G1 lattice unit is of odd length.... ..."

### Table 6:General interpretation on the false colour composite based on general reflection, where H: high reflectance, M: medium reflectance, L: low reflectance.

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### Table 1: Evaluation of Student Reflections

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### Table 1 Reflection coefficients for silicodcopper

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### Table I Reflectivity of different materials Object Reflectivity% Human skin 5

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