Some articles on units, numbers, unit:
... Of the original twenty-five units built, 143001-019 were supplied in Provincial railbus-style two-tone blue livery, and 143020-025 were supplied in Tyne Wear PTE yellow+white livery ... As with the similar Class 142 units, problems soon emerged with the SCG mechanical transmission, resulting in poor availability, and frequent loco-hauled ... Improved availability of the units - coupled with the influx of several former West Country Class 142 units - enabled the Class 101s to be eliminated from Heaton depot in 1989.. ...
... Hermann Ebbinghaus investigating the difficulty of memorizing varying numbers of verbal stimuli ... This equation describes the basis for what is called the unit curve ... In this equation, Y represents the cost of a specified unit in a production run ...
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