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 +[[..:​start|Index]] - [[1_3_physical_properties| Previous ]] - [[1_3_2_reference_systems | Next ]] 
 +====== 1.3.1 Numerical Values ======
 +{{map> ​ ..:​diagrams:​1_3_1_numerical_values.jpg?​495x326 ​ }}
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​compositeunit|CompositeUnit @ 80,​143,​185,​165 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​siunit|SIUnit @ 10,​241,​133,​317 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​siunit|SIUnit @ 143,​241,​266,​302 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​tolerance|Tolerance @ 276,​10,​413,​71 ]]
 +  * [[:​models:​vec_v1_1_2:​classes:​numericalvalue|NumericalValue @ 17,​10,​183,​56 ]]
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 +<​html> ​  <​head> ​    </​head> ​  <​body>​ Since most <​i>​NumericalValues</​i>​ in the VEC&#​160;​are definitions for technical properties, each <​i>​NumericalValue</​i>​ can reference a <​i>​Tolerance</​i>​. In the example, the specified value of '​105.23'​ has a tolerance of +/- 20.0. Units for <​i>​NumericalValue</​i>​s are defined globally in the VEC and are reused for each <​i>​NumericalValue</​i>​. The example shows the definition of the <​i>​CompositeUnit</​i>​ Ohm per Kilometre. ​   </​body>​ </​html> ​
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