Body temperature: 108.

- Q. What is the opposite of absolute?
- Q. What is the opposite of absolute zero?
- Q. How cold can a human body survive?
- Q. What is a meaningful zero point?
- Q. Does Nominal have a true zero?
- Q. Is percentage nominal or ordinal?
- Q. What is the example of nominal?
- Q. What’s the definition of emoji?
- Q. What is the synonym of nominal?

The **absolute value** of a number is the distance between the number and zero on a number line. The **absolute value** of a number n is written as |n|. The **absolute value** of 0 is 0. Two **numbers** are opposites if they have the same **absolute value** but different signs. … The **opposite** of 0 is 0.

## Q. What is the opposite of absolute?

Antonyms: nonarbitrary, uncomplete, incomplete, ambiguous, relational, relative, comparative, unarbitrary, alienable, equivocal. **absolute**(adj) not limited by law.

## Q. What is the opposite of absolute zero?

**Absolute** hot is a theoretical upper limit to the thermodynamic temperature scale, conceived as an **opposite** to **absolute zero**.

## Q. How cold can a human body survive?

**Kelvin** (K), base unit of thermodynamic temperature measurement in the International System of Units (SI). … The difference between the freezing and boiling points of water is 100 degrees in both the **Kelvin** and Celsius scales; thus, the **Kelvin** degree has the same magnitude as the Celsius degree.

## Q. What is a meaningful zero point?

The ratio level variables have all of the characteristics of nominal, ordinal and interval variables, but also have a **meaningful zero point**. So the **zero point** is real and not arbitrary, and a value of **zero** actually means there is nothing. … It has a real **zero point**, i.e **zero** weight means that the person has no weight.

## Q. Does Nominal have a true zero?

**Nominal** scales: Measurements where a value is used to represent something or someone. **Nominal** values are typically coded, or converted to numeric values for later statistical analysis. … A **true zero** refers to a scale where 0 indicates the absence of something. An interval scale lacks a **true zero**.

## Q. Is percentage nominal or ordinal?

Typical descriptive statistics associated with nominal data are frequencies and percentages. Ordinal **level** variables are nominal **level** variables with a meaningful order. For example, horse race winners can be assigned labels of first, second, third, fourth, etc.

## Q. What is the example of nominal?

You can code nominal **variables** with numbers if you want, but the order is arbitrary and any calculations, such as computing a mean, median, or standard deviation, would be meaningless. Examples of nominal **variables** include: genotype, blood type, zip code, gender, race, eye color, political party.

## Q. What’s the definition of emoji?

: any of various small images, symbols, or icons used in text fields in electronic communication (as in text messages, email, and social media) to express the emotional attitude of the writer, convey information succinctly, communicate a message playfully without using words, etc.

## Q. What is the synonym of nominal?

**SYNONYMS**. token, symbolic, emblematic, peppercorn. tiny, minute, minimal, small, infinitesimal, insignificant, trifling, not worth mentioning, not worth bothering about. informal minuscule, piddling, piffling.

NPL's Michael de Podesta on the Kelvin and upcoming SI Redefinition

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