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JIMMIE JOHNSON
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FIFTH
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FIVE BONUS POINTS
HORNADAY
SEVEN POINTS
NINE POINTS
SCORING
TOP 12
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TOPOLOGICALLY
DISTINCT POINTS
NINTH
FINAL POINTS STANDINGS
OVERALL STANDINGS
SIX POINTS
BUSCH
POINTS STANDINGS
SCORE
THREE POINTS
DOUBLE-DOUBLE
REBOUNDS
STANDINGS
CHASE
OWNER POINTS
TOP 35
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Definitions

  1. Points are fees paid to the lender or broker for the loan and are often linked to the interest rate; usually the more points you pay, the lower the rate.
  2. Points are a one-time charge imposed by the lender, usually to reduce the interest rate of your loan. (Web site)
  3. Points are prepaid finance charges imposed by the lender at closing to increase the lender's yield beyond the stated interest rate on the mortgage note. (Web site)
  4. Points are reformatted for the top 10 drivers and Harvick leads with 5,230 points. (Web site)
  5. Points are a form of pre-paid interest, charged by the lender as an alternative to charging a higher rate of interest on the mortgage loan.

Jeff Gordon

  1. In 1998, Martin and team 6 had their most dominant season yet, winning seven times, but finished second in points yet again, this time to Jeff Gordon.
  2. Jimmie Johnson entered Saturday's race first in points, followed by Mark Martin in second and Jeff Gordon in fifth. (Web site)

Johnson

  1. With his win, Johnson increases his points lead to 86 over Jeff Gordon with one race left in the season.
  2. He needs to pick up some 30 points a race on Gordon and Johnson in order to have a shot at the title in Homestead.
  3. The Chase has not provided the drama as the first year in 2004 when Kurt Busch beat Johnson by eight points and Jeff Gordon by 16 points.

Number

  1. In other words, the number of points of the curve grows roughly as the number of elements in the field. (Web site)
  2. Here are Capablanca's results in matches.[ 14] The first "Score" column gives the number of points on the total possible. (Web site)
  3. Though the number of points scored may not change from one race to the next, the impact one race can have be worth double or even triple the points on offer.

Data Points

  1. If there is an even number of data points, then the median is the average of the middle two points.
  2. Pearson's original idea was to take a straight line (or plane) which will be "the best fit" to a set of data points. (Web site)
  3. This is analogous to the way in which an infinite number of curves can be drawn through any set of data points on a graph.

Kevin Harvick

  1. For much of this season, both Jeff Burton and Kevin Harvick have been in the top 10 in points.
  2. Hornaday won twice, finished 8th in points, but finished second to Kevin Harvick for Rookie of the Year.
  3. That put Kevin Harvick and Matt Kenseth - first and second in points, respectively, but also notoriously poor qualifiers - on the front row.

Harvick

  1. David Caraviello: Joe, Biffle and Harvick are second and third in points.
  2. Additionally, Harvick moved up two positions to third in the championship point standings, 30 points behind the leader.
  3. When Harvick and Busch left Richmond first and third in points respectively six races ago, they were separated by 109 points.

Bodine

  1. Bodine moved from fourth to third in the points, 192 behind Musgrave, with two races left.
  2. Bodine (third), Malsam (eighth) and Starr (10th) are also in the top-10 in points after three of 25 races.
  3. The next season, armed with sponsor Hungry Jack, Bodine won three times and finished third in points.

Fourth

  1. Martin, the 47-year-old Roush driver who initially hadn't planned to race this season, had his fifth top-10 finish and is fourth in points. (Web site)
  2. The 1997 season proved to be better for the team, as Burton won the first three races of his career and ended fourth in points.
  3. Gordon won his fourth championship in 2001, beginning a four-year run of finishing in the top five in points. (Web site)

Sprint Cup

  1. Following the September 12 event at Richmond, the top 12 drivers in points qualify for the NASCAR playoffs, or the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup.
  2. Instead, he's put both himself and teammate Ryan Newman (eighth in points) in position for berths in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship. (Web site)
  3. It was the worst showing for any driver in the Chase for the Sprint Cup championship and dumped him from second to seventh in points.

Points Race

  1. The sweepstakes, announced January 22, awards one fan every time a Ford NASCAR Sprint Cup driver wins a points race this year.
  2. It is possible to win a points race without actually being the first to cross the finish line at the end.
  3. After five races this season, Edwards leads the points race, just 16 ahead of Keselowski.

Ellipse

  1. A line through the foci intersects the ellipse at two points called the vertices. (Web site)
  2. If and lie on top of each other, then the ellipse becomes a circle: all the points on a circle are the same distance from the center.
  3. An ellipse is a closed plane curve generated by a point moving in such a way that the sums of its distances from two fixed points (foci) is a constant. (Web site)

Fixed Points

  1. It may also be defined as the locus of points where the difference in the distance to two fixed points (called the foci) is constant.
  2. The sum of the distances of any point on an ellipse from two fixed points (called the foci) remains constant no matter where the point is on the curve. (Web site)
  3. The first set of fixed points is {0, 1, ∞}. However, the cross-ratio can never take on these values if the points { z i } are all distinct. (Web site)

Rookie Season

  1. Gordon finished eleventh in points that year, which was the first time since his rookie season that he finished outside the top ten in points. (Web site)
  2. Mike Massaro asks rookie and Australia native Marcos Ambrose his thoughts on his rookie season and being fifth in points. (Web site)
  3. In his rookie season, Faulkner scored 10 goals and 20 points in 70 games while playing on the checking line. (Web site)

Goals

  1. Linden finished the season tied for the team lead in goals (30) and second for points (59).
  2. Jeff Carter finished second in the NHL in goals (46) and first on the team in points (84). (Web site)
  3. He got two goals and four assists and became only the 18th player in the National Hockey League to score more than 1,000 points. (Web site)

Sixth

  1. His best finish was a third at Hickory and he finished sixth in points that season, finishing in the top-ten fourteen times over the course of the season. (Web site)
  2. Busch had been attempting to run every event in both series this season and sits sixth in points after 31 Busch Series races. (Web site)
  3. Though finishing the season with a series-high eight wins and eleven poles, he also suffered seven DNF's, which left him sixth in points. (Web site)

Eighth

  1. Busch, eighth in points for the season, qualified 17th for the race.
  2. In 2001, he finished eighth in points after winning three races (Daytona, Dover, Talladega) despite that being the year his father died.
  3. The inferior borders of the sixth, seventh, eighth, and ninth cartilages present heel-like projections at the points of greatest convexity. (Web site)

Drivers

  1. Both Vickers and Kyle Busch, the only drivers with a real chance of climbing into the top 12 in points failed to do so.
  2. After the race, the top 10 drivers and those within 400 points of the lead will have their points reset with five points separating each position.
  3. After 26 races, the top 10 drivers in points (plus any driver within 400 points of the leader who may be outside the top 10) are placed in the "Chase".

Owners Points

  1. Four other drivers [BLUE in the charts below] can make the Daytona 500 via speed, the rest out of the top-35 in owners points must race their way in. (Web site)
  2. He will start the first five races but, since the team is 30th in owners points, Kvapil will have to adapt to the new car before they slip out of the top 35.
  3. Sauter was outside the top 35 in owners points and had to race its way into the field. (Web site)

Jimmie Johnson

  1. Harvick now trails the leader, Jimmie Johnson, by 30 points with seven races remaining in the Chase for the Sprint Cup.
  2. Second in points and third in Driver Rating to Jimmie Johnson at the track, Mark Martin says the fans make the facility. (Web site)
  3. Hamlin, currently third in points, is tied with Jimmie Johnson for most victories so far this season with five.

Second Place

  1. Edwards is just two points behind Hamlin and Clint Bowyer is just 101 points back in the race for second place behind Harvick.
  2. Being that Dani is only a few points down on Stoner, he has a very good chance at finishing the season in second place.
  3. Coulthard has 10 points for the season and is in second place in the standings, the first time McLaren is 1-2 in the drivers' standings in a long time. (Web site)

Fifth

  1. Harvick is first in driver points, Bowyer is fifth and Burton is sixth.
  2. He won three of the first eight races of the season and resumed the points lead, but faded back to fifth in the standings. (Web site)
  3. Led points for first month of season but got out of the car for the fifth and sixth races of the season, part of his plan to run a partial schedule.

Bowyer

  1. Clint Bowyer was the biggest loser, falling out of the top 12 as Mark Martin replaced him for the final spot, 10 points ahead of Bowyer. (Web site)
  2. In his breakout sophomore season (2007), Bowyer earned his first berth in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup and finished third in points.
  3. Back in Texas for the O'Reilly 300 on Saturday, Bowyer is now a full-time Busch driver and third in points. (Web site)

Kurt Busch

  1. Kurt Busch finished 18th and fell from second to third in points (-132).
  2. The team eventually finished second in the Nextel Cup Series points, losing to Kurt Busch by just 8 points.
  3. As it stands, he's on track to score the second-best championship points finish by a rookie since Kurt Busch finished second in 2000.

Five Bonus Points

  1. Ryan Newman was first in and Biffle was in on the next lap giving Edwards a chance to lead the race and gain five bonus points.
  2. With the change, a race winner now can potentially get 195 points via the five bonus points for leading a lap and five more for leading the most laps. (Web site)
  3. The difference was that Kulwicki earned five bonus points for leading the most laps in the race.

Hornaday

  1. Hornaday finished 23rd, the last truck on the lead lap, and fell to third in the points, 21 behind Benson, the new leader.
  2. Said Hornaday of the race and the incident, "It was what we needed in points, but getting into Johnny (Sauter) and spinning him around was not good.
  3. Hornaday would hold off Harvick for second gaining 20 championship points on Matt Crafton who finished fourth.

Seven Points

  1. Pedrosa won the race at Catalunya in storming style to close to within seven points of the World Championship lead.
  2. He's now second in points, and his back-to-back wins have sliced Jimmie Johnson's lead to just seven points.
  3. Rossi, with 142 points from seven races, continues to lead the standings but saw his lead cut to seven points by Pedrosa.

Nine Points

  1. The finish advanced the team to sixth in the standings, just nine points behind fifth and 169 points behind leader and teammate Jimmie Johnson.
  2. With his 80th NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series career win, Jeff Gordon takes over the championship points lead, nine points ahead of Johnson. (Web site)
  3. The new players greatly improved the team and they finished in second place, nine points behind Liverpool.

Scoring

  1. Tikkanen led the team in scoring in the playoffs with 10 goals and 20 points.
  2. At first it looked as if Duff's career was winding down even in Montreal after only scoring 9 goals (16 points) in 40 games for the Canadiens. (Web site)
  3. Barrichello finished the season in third place, achieving a total of 10 podium finishes and scoring a total of 56 championship points. (Web site)

Top 12

  1. It was multiple shots." Reutimann entered the race in 13th place in points, 68 out of the top 12 who would qualify for the Chase.
  2. As the season builds toward the midpoint before the Chase, this track can rally a driver or further their descent out of the top 12 in points.
  3. Outside looking in, Ryan Newman advanced a spot to thirteenth in the standings and is just 30 points out of the top 12. (Web site)

Bonus Points

  1. With the win, Gordon extended his points lead over Johnson to 231 and picked up another 10 bonus points towards the Chase for the Championship.
  2. Busch and ninth-place Ryan Newman are the only drivers to receive bonus points in all five races of the Chase.
  3. In addition, drivers received 180 points for winning a race, 5 bonus points for leading the most laps, and 5 bonus for leading a single lap. (Web site)

Topologically

  1. The last 5 of these are all T 0. The first one is trivial, while in 2, 3, and 4 the points a and b are topologically indistinguishable.
  2. The Kolmogorov quotient of X (which identifies topologically indistinguishable points) is T 1. Every open set is the union of closed sets.
  3. In fact, almost all of the examples given below are completely regular *In an indiscrete space any two points are topologically indistinguishable.

Distinct Points

  1. Thus, if A, B, and C are given distinct points in the plane, then the locus of points P satisfying (1) is called a generalized circle.
  2. That is, for any two distinct points x and y there is an open set which contains precisely one of the points.
  3. A T 0 space is a topological space in which every pair of distinct points is topologically distinguishable.

Ninth

  1. Busch is second in points (67 points behind leader Clint Bowyer), followed by Reutimann (fourth), Leffler (eighth) and Wallace (ninth).
  2. Peters (third), Starr (eighth) and Skinner (ninth) are also in the top-10 in points after six of 25 races.
  3. He was one of only four drivers that season to stay in the top 10 in points the entire year and finished ninth in the final standings. (Web site)

Final Points Standings

  1. Jeff finished 14th in the final points standings his first year and hoped to move into the top 10 in points in 1994. (Web site)
  2. During that season, he had one pole, 1 Top 5, and 4 Top 10 finishes on his way to a 28th place finish in the final points standings.
  3. The Yates racing crew worked feverishly to get Davey back out to get as many points as possible, Davey would finsh fourth in the final points standings.

Overall Standings

  1. He finished third in the overall standings, just eight points behind winner Karl Schranz of Austria.
  2. Raich won the race, but finished 13 points behind Svindal in the overall standings. (Web site)
  3. By coming third Vonn added to her points from winning the super-combined vault her back on top of the overall standings, 11 points ahead of Maria Reisch. (Web site)

Six Points

  1. Kramnik maintained the lead in the overall standings with 6.5 points ahead of Aronian, who had six points in his kitty.
  2. Six points for Lorenzo see him stay ten points ahead of Andrea Dovizioso in fourth place in the championship, whilst Rossi is now 50 points clear of Stoner.
  3. Djokovic ran off the first eight points in the match, and allowed Nadal to win only six points while he pulled ahead 5-0. (Web site)

Busch

  1. With two wins this season, Busch currently sits one spot behind where he finished last season, fifth in points. (Web site)
  2. Bowyer held on to the points lead but Reutimann passed Busch to move into second, 166 points behind the leader. (Web site)
  3. Busch, Hamlin (fifth) and Truex (12th) are currently in the top-12 in points, with Logano (18th) and Reutimann (20th) also in the top-20 for Toyota.

Points Standings

  1. He now sit's 10th in the points and look for a solid run up to the top of the points standings.
  2. The top 5 drivers in the points standings have all won at least one race this year.
  3. Good thing the points get reset after the first 26 races, because Jeff Gordon looks to be checking out on the field in the points standings.

Score

  1. Unlike almost all other forms of auto racing, drivers do not score points individually; instead the points they earn are ascribed to their national team. (Web site)
  2. It was Senna's worst start to an F1 season, failing to finish or score points in the first two races, despite taking pole both times.
  3. The team also failed to score points in the four subsequent races, their best finish being 10th in Spain and Monaco, scored both times by Rubens Barrichello.

Three Points

  1. If each player has won three points, the score is described as " deuce " (from French deux meaning two [more points]) rather than "40-all".
  2. Behind Anand and Kramnik, who have 3.5 points after five rounds, is Lev Aronian at three points from five rounds Tuesday.
  3. The three points earned also allowed the Bruins to remain in fifth place in the Eastern Conference - two points ahead of the Senators.

Double-Double

  1. Despite playing in a league with few players his size, Sebastião was impressive, averaging a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.
  2. Recorded 19 double-doubles in 2006-07 (148 for his career)… Sixers were 7-5 in games in which he had a double-double and 17-8 when he scored 15+ points.
  3. Collison will have his points, and could be near a double-double, or actually get it, by the time the season comes to an end.

Rebounds

  1. At age 36, Johnson played the last 32 games of the season, averaging 14.6 points, 6.9 assists, and 5.7 rebounds per game.
  2. She averaged a double-double for her entire career, with 20 points and 14.5 rebounds per game. (Web site)
  3. Last season, she averaged 14.8 points and 8.2 rebounds per game and helped Purdue reach the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament.

Standings

  1. For that season, Elliott finished second in the points standings and lost the Winston Cup Championship to Alan Kulwicki by a mere 10 points. (Web site)
  2. He has finished second in points each year since, and has had led the points standings during that time as well. (Web site)
  3. Newman, who had won eight races in 2003 and finish sixth in the points standings, would win only one more time in '04 and finish seventh in points.

Chase

  1. Three races into the Chase, Harvick has two top-fives and sits third in the points, 30 behind leader Jimmie Johnson.
  2. Every driver in the Chase will be set at 5,000 points and will have 10 bonus points added on for each of their wins during the first 26 races of the season. (Web site)
  3. Vickers is closing in on the top 12 in points – and a potential berth in the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup. (Web site)

Owner Points

  1. Qualifying and the race were rained out when attempted on June 11, the order determined by owner points (not driver points).
  2. The #40 Chevrolet finished 21st in owner points after beginning the season without any points or provisional.
  3. The finish helped them propel into the top-35 in owner points while Kvapil sits 29th in driver points, only seven points out of the top-25.

Top 35

  1. Labonte's finishes in those races left the team in 30th place in points, sealing a spot for the team in each race as long as they remained in the top 35. (Web site)
  2. The car is not inside the top 35 in points, so it is not assured a spot in the field and Carpentier will have to qualify it on speed to make Sunday's race.
  3. Francis, on the other hand, rejoined a team trying to make the top 35 in points in order to avoid having to qualify on time next week at Martinsville.

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