## A Methodology for Systems Engineering, Volume 24 |

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8.3 INTERVAL

8.3 INTERVAL

**SCALES**When an ordered set consists of real numbers , the measurement is said to be an interval**scale**. Such**scales**are also called equal - unit**scales**, the important property over lower level**scales**being that numerically ...Page 249

Both powers are ratio -

Both powers are ratio -

**scale**measurements , hence the operations of forming the ratio of two powers , taking the logarithm of the ratio , and multiplying by ten are all permissible . The resulting**scale**is not a ratio**scale**, but an ...Page 330

( c ) What kinds of

( c ) What kinds of

**scales**can be used to measure the objectives ? ... real example of : ( a ) A one - dimensional nominal**scale**, partial - order**scale**, weak - order**scale**, simple - order**scale**, interval**scale**and ratio**scale**.### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

WHAT IS SYSTEMS ENGINEERING? | 3 |

THE TD2 RADIO RELAY SYSTEM | 25 |

CHAPTER PAGE | 32 |

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