# t ratioの例文

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- Generally, a P /
*T ratio* less than 0.1 indicates that the measurement system can reliably determine whether any given part meets the tolerance specification. - Of these, twenty showed an advantage to the non-grammar forms, of which five were significant, with a
*t ratio* exceeding 3.0. - Each measurement is taken at three points along the reduced edge ( denoted here by subscript ) and t /
*T ratios* are calculated and averaged to produce the artefact's GIUR value. - It is common to examine the "'P /
*T ratio* "'which is the ratio of the precision of a measurement system to the ( total ) tolerance of the manufacturing process of which it is a part. - If the P /
*T ratio* is larger, it means the measurement system is " eating up " a large fraction of the tolerance, in that the parts that do not have sufficient tolerance may be measured as acceptable by the measurement system.