Definition of Graduated table
1. Noun. An ordered reference standard. "Judging on a scale of 1 to 10"
Generic synonyms: Criterion, Measure, Standard, Touchstone
Specialized synonyms: Beaufort Scale, Wind Scale, Index, Logarithmic Scale, Mercalli Scale, Mohs Scale, Richter Scale, Moment Magnitude Scale, Temperature Scale, Wage Scale, Wage Schedule
Derivative terms: Scale, Scale
Lexicographical Neighbors of Graduated Table
Literary usage of Graduated table
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries and Assurance Magazine by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain) (1881)
"In this latter class, therefore, the errors in the graduated table as compared with the original are of two kinds, first, those due to accidental ..."
2. The Common School Journal by Horace Mann (1852)
"This graduated table was the invention of the former Secretary. The present Secretary has continued it, but, seemingly aware of its defects, ..."
3. Transactions of the Faculty of Actuaries by Faculty of Actuaries in Scotland (1907)
"... the expected deaths according to the graduated table, is remarkably close, and seems to show clearly that :i good junction could have been effected with ..."
4. Tables Deduced from the Mortality Experience of Life Assurance Companies by Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain), Institute of Actuaries (Great Britain (1872)
"From which it appears that the graduated table may be unhesitatingly ... The graduated table may therefore be confidently accepted as an exponent of the law ..."
5. Practical Lessons in Actuarial Science: An Elementary Text-book by Miles Menander Dawson (1905)
"The number out of those exposed that would have failed according to the graduated table of values of qt must next be computed for each age. ..."