additive property of chi-square

additive property of chi-square
= additive property of χ²
French\ \ propriété additive de chi-carré; propriété additive de khi-carré; propriété additive de χ²
German\ \ Additivität von Chi-Quadrat; Additivität von χ²
Dutch\ \ additiviteit van chi-kwadraat; optelbaarheid van chi-kwadraat; additiviteit van χ²; optelbaarheid van χ² -
Italian\ \ proprietà additive di chi-quadrato; proprietà additive di χ²
Spanish\ \ propiedad aditiva del ji-cuadrado; propiedad aditiva del χ²
Catalan\ \ propietat additiva de la Khi-quadrat; propietat additiva de la χ²
Portuguese\ \ propriedade aditiva do Qui-quadrado
Romanian\ \ proptietatea aditivă a lui hi-pătrat; proprietatea aditivă a lui χ2; proprietatea aditivă a variabilelor distribuite
Danish\ \ foldningsegenskab af χ ²--fordelingen; tilsætningsstof ejendom χ ²
Norwegian\ \ tilsetning eiendom chi-kvadrat , tilsetning eiendom χ ²
Swedish\ \ tillsats egendom χ ²
Greek\ \ προσθετική ιδιότητα του χ²
Finnish\ \ χ²-jakautuneiden muuttujien yhteenlaskuominaisuus
Hungarian\ \ chi-négyzet additív tulajdonsága; χ² additív tulajdonsága
Turkish\ \ ki-karenin toplama özelliği; χ²'nin toplama özelliği
Estonian\ \ hii-ruudu aditiivsus; χ2 aditiivsus
Lithuanian\ \ chi kvadrato adityvumo savybė; χ2 adityvumo savybė
Slovenian\ \ dodatka last hi-kvadrat , dodatek last χ ²
Polish\ \ addytywność rozkładu chi-kwadrat; addytywność rozkładu χ²
Russian\ \ аддитивное свойство хи-квадрата; аддитивное свойство х-са в квадрате
Ukrainian\ \ -
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ aukefni eign kí-kvaðrat , aukefni eign χ ²
Euskara\ \ adizio-chi karratu jabetza; χ ² jabetza aditiboa
Farsi\ \ -
Persian-Farsi\ \ -
Arabic\ \ خاصية انجماع مربع كاي
Afrikaans\ \ additiwiteit eienskap van chi-kwadraat
Chinese\ \ 卡 方 的 可 加 性
Korean\ \ 카이제곱의 가법성

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