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Unformatted text preview: MD MD +DF DF AD AD AS/IN Predominate Subscript Listing Examples: AS 5 IN 5 AS 8 EX 3 PI 3 IN 8 MD plus DF equals AD. Add the MD and DF together to determine the AD. The AD will always be larger than the MD, and on the MD side. PI/EX Predominate Subscript Listing Examples: PI 5 EX 5 PI 8 IN 3 AS 3 EX 8 MD minus DF equals AD. If the DF is smaller than the MD, the difference will be a positive AD, and the AD will always be smaller than the MD, and on the MD side. If the DF is larger than the MD, the difference will be a negative AD, and the AD will be placed on the side opposite the MD....
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course TECHNIQUE 72612 taught by Professor Mansholt during the Fall '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.
- Fall '11