What the value (in parenthesis ) behind the hit frequencies means when one does biofeedback scans?

If I have a few in the 2.0 - 3.0 range while others are .5 or below then I pay more attention to the higher range ones. But mostly, its part of internal coding and a way for the software to return the order of highest hits to least hit. Different scans show a different range. Even current verses angle show differently.
I mostly take the top 10 frequencies of Current, top 10 of Angle, top 10 of A&C. I then make these one killing program. Just as the instructions state.

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