### Table 2. Mean temperatures of entirely internally heated models.

"... In PAGE 13: ... The stability of the pair of large plates in Model C4422 was tested in a model with an identical plate geometry, rheology and heating mode by initiating subduction between the two large plates. We have referred to this test as Model C4422-i in Table2 . This model was allowed to run for a time in excess of 0.... ..."

### Table 6 Heat Wave with Trading Volume Model Estimates

"... In PAGE 19: ... 15 The volume term is analogously added to the GARCH specifications that include out-of-market effects. Table6 presents the parameter estimates for the heat wave model augmented with the lagged own-market trading volume for the five-year note. For both Tokyo and London, the coefficients on lagged volume are positive with the one for Tokyo significant at the 10% level and the one for London at the 5% level.... ..."

### Table 4. Linear Least Squares Coefficients for VOCs Versus NOya

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"... In PAGE 6: ... The underestimate of NOy in the urban plume in the model base case is also evident in Figure 6. [28] Figure 7 and Table4 show the correlation between summed anthropogenic VOCs and NOy from measurements and from the standard model scenario along the aircraft trajectory for 17 July. Summed VOCs have been expressed as propene-equivalent carbon [Chameides et al.... In PAGE 7: ... Peak measured VOC levels are significantly lower than the model maximum values, but this may be the result of the relatively long averaging time (10 min) for the individual measure- ments. Measured VOCs are higher than model VOCs for equivalent NOy, but the slope between VOCs and NOy ( Table4 ) is slightly lower in the measurements than in the standard model scenario. [29] Unlike other VOCs, isoprene (Figure 8) does not correlate with NOy.... ..."

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### Table 1. System Polynomial Model of the System of Heat Exchangers

### Table 6 presents the parameter estimates for the heat wave model augmented with the

### Table 3.3 Parameter: perturbed nonlinear heat flow model

### Table 7: Structure of the Analysis of Variance Table, for Single Factor Response Surface Regression

"... In PAGE 19: ... In a similar fashion, a confidence interval for our estimate of can be defined by noting that the standardized value for b should be t-distributed: (71) where is the true value for , so that (72) Regression results should also be framed in an analysis of variance framework. In the simple one factor case, a simple ANOVA table might be as shown in Table7 . In this case, is the sum of squared values of the estimates, and is an estimate of the variance explained by the model, where our model is purely linear (no intercept term) as given in Eq.... ..."

### Table 2: Linear Models for GDP

"... In PAGE 10: ...ffectively always unity. Such models were omitted from further consideration. These problems were not encountered with the exponential TVTP specification. Estimation Results First of all we briefly examine the linear model estimation and diagnostic test results presented in Table2 . With the exception of housing starts, all leading indicator models are chosen by SIC over the univariate random walk with drift specification (RW).... ..."

### Table 5: Details of quot;Modified Batches quot; for Heat Treatment

"... In PAGE 6: ...2 Simulation for Heat Treatment Figure 4 and 5 are two representations of the same simulation model. Table5 provides the input for the simulation model. The heat treatment process has four identical furnaces, which can process one basket at a time.... ..."