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    #1

    meaning

    Hi,

    could you please explain what the end of the following sentence means:

    The measuring devices used for the verification of overall dimensions are limited suitable.

    Does it mean that there is a limited number of sutable measuring devices?
    Or that the measuring devices are not suitable in all respects?

    Thank you very much.

    Hanka

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    Re: meaning

    Ex: The measuring devices used for the verification of overall dimensions are limited suitable.

    In other words, suitable devices are limited in number, and not devices are limited in suitability.

    There is a limited number of suitable measuring devices?

    The measuring devices are not suitable in all respects?

    Does that help?
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    From Statistics, a certain limited suitable set of a given fixed number


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    Re: meaning

    Great!!! Thanks a lot!

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    Re: meaning

    You're most welcome.

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