### Table 4. Average Linear expansion

"... In PAGE 2: ... thickness change (TC), and weight loss (WL) of specimens exposed to three wood decay fungi for 16 weeks. Table4 shows the effects of resin content and fungi species on the linear change (LC) of specimens. It indicates that a moisture content incrfease did occur to the majority of the specimens after they were exposed to three common rot fungi.... ..."

### Table 4. Linear thermal expansion coefficients for corundum-type sesquioxides.

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### Table DIII. Results for the expansion of F10 and the system of linear equations.

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### Table DIII. Results for the expansion of F10 and the system of linear equations.

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### TABLE III LOW-WEIGHT EXPANDED MESSAGE FOR THE XOR-LINEARIZED 40-STEP MESSAGE EXPANSION OF SHA-256

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### Table 1. Test of the linear spread hypothesis for range expansion by muskrat, cereal leaf beetle, and small cabbage white butterfly. The linear spread hypothesis predicts that average acceleration of spread is zero. Means with standard errors given.

### Table I. Density, isothermal bulk moduli, linear thermal expansion coe cients, and heat capacities of various minerals at 20 C. Data from refs. 12 and 13. Mineral Formula (g/cm3) Km (GPa) ( K?1) cp (J/g K) 10?6

### Table 1: Average utility of Rocchio expansion (Roc), Near- est Neighbor (NN), Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA), and the Neural Network (Net), at three probability thresh- olds.

"... In PAGE 4: ...Table 2: Average per-query rank of utility scores presented in Table 1. Table1 presents the average utility score over the queries for each of four learning algorithms. Table 2 presents the same results ranked on a query by query basis and then averaged over queries (i.... ..."

### Table 2. The xed point C coordinate f C as a function of n. f C;Dir: obtained by a direct solution of the equation for the xed point; f C;Pad e: obtained on the basis of the [1/1] - Pad e approximant; f C; quot;: the quot;-expansion result with the linear accuracy in quot;; f C; quot;2: the quot;-expansion result with the square accuracy in quot;.

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"... In PAGE 20: ... 7 by asterisks. Note, however, that in this case the function f even without any resummation possesses a non-trivial zero f M (its value f C;Dir is given in the 2nd row of Table2 ). Representing (45) in the form of the [1/1] Pad e approximant: Pad e f = f ?1 + Aff 1 + Bff (46) one has for Af, Bf: Af = n + 36 6 ; Bf = ?6; (47) and, solving the equation for the xed point coordinate f C;Pad e: Pad e f (f C;Pad e) = 0 (48) one obtains: f C;Pad e = 6 n + 36: (49) The function Pad e f (f) is shown in Fig.... In PAGE 20: ... Representing (45) in the form of the [1/1] Pad e approximant: Pad e f = f ?1 + Aff 1 + Bff (46) one has for Af, Bf: Af = n + 36 6 ; Bf = ?6; (47) and, solving the equation for the xed point coordinate f C;Pad e: Pad e f (f C;Pad e) = 0 (48) one obtains: f C;Pad e = 6 n + 36: (49) The function Pad e f (f) is shown in Fig. 7 by the dashed line, the coordinate f C;Pad e is given in the 3rd row of Table2 . But now the series (45) is not alternating and this results in the presence of a pole (at f = 1=6) in the approximant (46).... ..."