[ US /ˈivənnəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːvənnəs/ ]
[ UK /ˈiːvənnəs/ ]
- the quality of being balanced
- a quality of uniformity and lack of variation
- the parity of even numbers (divisible by two)
How To Use evenness In A Sentence
- All of this suggests that it would be more helpful to redirect theoretical attention to the interplay between alpha (= ‘evenness’), beta, and gamma diversity.
- If not treated, wryneck may lead to permanent facial deformity or unevenness and to restricted head movement.
- The design of the coin should be clear and precise with unevenness or blurring a sign of counterfeiting.
- Thus, nine groups were created in a factorial design, consisting of three levels of evenness and three levels of species identity, with five replicates.
- No single measure of evenness remains constant over all statistical distributions, so if constancy as a type of independence is required, the appropriate distribution must first be determined.
- Luckily not a single judder or unevenness of movement occurred and the next day the ‘rushes’ indicated that the job had been completed successfully - and not before time.
- So we fried eggs using just a wipe of oil to check for sticking and burning, then assessed evenness of browning by cooking pancakes with no oil at all.
- Despite the unevenness of quality, however, this comes across as one smart little show.
- I don't have the data, but an interesting test would be to collect some measure of 'legislative independence' (initiatives, vetos, who-knows-what-else?) across several policy areas in one country to estimate the 'evenness' of legislative independence. La Profesora Abstraida
- Next comes the scooping stage, which requires the most skill, because the amount of pulp scooped and the evenness of its spread on the frame decides the quality of the paper.