decreasing hazard rate

decreasing hazard rate
French\ \ taux de risque décroissant
German\ \ fallende Hazardrate
Dutch\ \ afnemende sterftekans
Italian\ \ tasso di rischio decrescente
Spanish\ \ tarifa de peligro de disminución
Catalan\ \ taxa de risc decreixent
Portuguese\ \ taxa de risco decrescente
Romanian\ \ -
Danish\ \ faldende hazard rate
Norwegian\ \ synkende fare rate
Swedish\ \ avtagande hasard
Greek\ \ μειωμένος ποσοστό κινδύνου
Finnish\ \ aleneva riski
Hungarian\ \ csökkenõ kockázati arány
Turkish\ \ azalan tehlike oranı
Estonian\ \ kahanev risk
Lithuanian\ \ -
Slovenian\ \ zmanjšuje stopnja nevarnosti
Polish\ \ malejąca stopa hazardu
Russian\ \ убывающая интенсивность отказов
Ukrainian\ \ спадна інтенсивність відмов
Serbian\ \ -
Icelandic\ \ minnka hættu hlutfall
Euskara\ \ arrisku-tasa jaitsiz
Farsi\ \ -
Persian-Farsi\ \ -
Arabic\ \ تحخفيف معدل الخط
Afrikaans\ \ afnemende gevaarkoers
Chinese\ \ 下 降 机 率
Korean\ \ 감소위험률

Statistical terms. 2014.

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