Asked in Marfan Sydrome
What is the ratio of babies being born with marfan syndrome?
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Asked in Birth Rate
Is it true that twice as many females babies are being born each year as males babies?
The male/female ratio of births is nearly 50/50, with a Little more (abt 1-2%) males being born. ...
What is the ratio of the people who have klinefelter syndrome?
once every 500 to 1000 males
Asked in Nursing
What is the ratio of nurse to residents in a nursing home?
This is all dependent on the nursing home-it varies. It should be that if your services users needs are being met than ratio correct and if needs not being met than ratio wrong. ...
Asked in Down Syndrome
What is the male-female ratio of those who have Down syndrome?
Down syndrome is slightly more common among males with most studies showing about 106 to 125 boys for every 100 girls. In some studies younger mothers, who have a lower total chance of having a baby with Down's syndrome, have a more skewed male:female ratio when they do (as high as 173 boys for every 100 girls). No one is sure why boy are affected more often. ...
Asked in Science
What are the problems of heat balance faced by small babies?
The smaller the baby, the harder it is for that baby to keep warm (this follows from the fact that the ratio of surface area to volume increases as objects or babies get smaller). Premature babies are kept in incubators, to keep them warm. ...
What gender is most at risk for Parsonage Turner syndrome?
There is a male predominance in PTS with a male-to-female ratio ranging from 2:1-4:1. ...
Average current ratio?
Average current ratio is term used to describe a mean / average / common current ratio for a particular industry (or may be for a paraticular set of businesses being considered) ...
Asked in Statistics
Is number of birth a ratio scale measurement?
Birth by itself would not be a ratio scale measurement. It would merely be a count. To have a ratio, an item must be in relation to another item. Here are some examples as statements: (General count statistic: A hospital oversaw 300 births in a 1-year period.) (Ratio: Of 15,000 women in a community, 300 babies were born during a 1-year period.) (Ratio: From 2,079 patients admitted to the hospital in that year, 300 were women in labor.) Of the 300 births, half were...
Asked in Birth Rate
What is the percentage of male and female babies born each year?
The male/female ratio of births is so Close to 50/50 as not to matter.
Asked in Genetics, Pregnancy Gender Prediction
What is the ratio of a baby being male or female?
The ratio of a human baby being a male to being a female is 1:1. That means that the baby has a 50% of being a male, and a 50% of being a female. A male human has the genotype of XY. A female human has the genotype of XX. Some mutated organisms have an XXY or XYY for a genotype. ...
What is the fraction and ratio of 2.36?
2.36 is a fraction. It is a fraction in decimal form rather than in the form of a ratio. However, that does not stop it being a fraction. Its equivalent, in rational form, is 236/100 or 236:100 as a ratio. Both, the rational fraction and ratio can be simplified if required. ...
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology
What type of ratio would you expect in the F2 sporophyte generation if two traits were being followed?
9:3:3:1 ratio of dihybrid cross
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
What is the asset turnover ratio used for?
The asset turnover ratio is used to calculate how effectively a company is using it's assets to encourage production. If the asset turnover ratio is high, the assets are being used effectively. If the ratio is low, the assets could be used more productively to facilitate production. ...
Asked in Fluid Dynamics, Gravity
Why specific gravity has no unit or dimensionless?
Because it's the ratio of two densities ... the density of the substance of interest to the density of water. In any ratio, the units of both quantities are the same, so the ratio winds up being a dimensionless number. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic
What is F-ratio?
The F-ratio is a statistical ratio which arises as the ratio of two chi-square distributions. If X and Y are two random variables which are independent and approximately normally distributed, then their variances have chi-squared distributions. The ration of these chi-square distributions, appropriately scaled, is called the F-ratio. The F-ratio is used extensively in analysis of variance to determine what proportion of the variation in the dependent variable is explained by an explanatory variable (and the model being tested). ...