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split in (number or fraction)

1. To divide cleanly or evenly into some number or fraction of a whole. The mirror toppled over and split in three. OK, I want the class to split in eighths and come up with five different ways that energy is produced.
2. To divide someone or something cleanly into some number or fraction of a whole. With one mighty swing of his magical axe, the mighty Titan split the entire mountain in two. He split the pizza in six so everyone could have a slice.
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split into (number or fraction)

1. To divide cleanly or evenly into some smaller number of things. The mirror toppled over and split into three nearly identical shards. OK, I want the class to split into groups of eight and come up with five different ways that energy is produced.
2. To divide someone or something cleanly into some number or fraction of a whole. With one mighty swing of his magical axe, the Titan split the entire mountain into two. He split the pizza into six pieces so everyone could have a slice.
See also: split
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Patients were required to have signs and symptoms of heart failure, a left ventricular ejection fraction of 45% or greater, evidence of natriuretic peptide elevation, and structural heart disease.
However fraction 7 needs higher concentrations to reach 50% inhibition (> 2000 ug/ml EC50 value), fractions 1, 2, 5 and 6 were moderately effective with EC50 values equaled 450, 684, 511 and 1176 ug/ml against the root system growth and 247, 342, 355 and 792 ug/ml, respectively on the shoot system growth.
The n-butanol fraction inhibited (91.4 +- 0.65) % and (89.3 +- 0.56) % growth against A.
Evidence of the development of the student's learning of fraction addition is that they were able to tackle with little guidance this second scenario where x and y were different.
From 20 g of viscous extract, three fractions were obtained, i.e., 8.98 g of water fraction with rendement 44.9% (w/w), 0.18 g of n-hexane fraction with rendement 0.9% (w/w), and ethyl acetate fraction as much as 5.53 g with Randement 27.65% (w/w).
Using a calculator, the player divides the denominator into the numerator to convert the fraction to a decimal.
Water- and oil-holding capacities did not change significantly when blending both pea starch fraction and pea flour.
The gel fraction of the decrosslinked XHDPE sample is also indicated in Fig.
An ejection fraction of 35 to 39 percent is moderately below normal and is considered mild heart failure, when the left ventricle doesn't contract strongly enough and less blood is pumped throughout the body.
4.2 Analysis of Fraction Knowledge Test (FKT) of Trainee Teachers in Fractions
To achieve this, antidiabetic (inhibition of [alpha]-amylase) and antioxidant properties of two plants extracts and their fractions were investigated.
Fractions are a necessary skill and show up in every grade levels Common Core Standards beginning in second grade.
The left ventricle is the heart's main pumping chamber, so ejection fraction is usually measured only in the left ventricle (LV).
The methanol extract did not show significant level of toxicity or mortality and less than 2% mortality (p = 0.422) was observed by methanol fraction even using up to 100 g/mL concentrations in zebrafish embryos.