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Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
Why '105' and '414' in the military sampling plan standards (Mil-Std-)?
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Old 7th January 2004, 04:19 PM
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Question Why '105' and '414' in the military standards?

This is a doubt (educational). I would like to know which is the reason for naming to the old atributtes and variables series military standards as '105' and '414'.......?????

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Re: Why '105' and '414' in the military standards?

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This is a doubt (educational). I would like to know which is the reason for naming to the old atributtes and variables series military standards as '105' and '414'.......?????
Hi cpgonzal:

I don't think there was a reason, just the available next number to be assigned to a standard.
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