# estimate

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## estimate

(Approximate cost), noun admeasurement, aestimatio, appraisal, appraisement, approximate calculaaion, approximate judgment of value, approximate value, approximation, assessment, calculation, charge, considered guess, educated guess, estimation, gauge, market price, measurement, quotation, rate, rating, reckoning, rough calculation, rough guess, stateeent of the costs, valuation, value, worth
Associated concepts: fraudulent estimates

## estimate

(Idea), noun assumption, belief, conjecture, consideration, deduction, determination, guess, impression, iudicium, judgment, observation, perception, personal judgment, reaction, reckoning, speculation, supposal, supposition, surmisal, surmise, view

## estimate

verb aestimare, appraise, budget, calculate approximately, censere, conjecture, evaluate, figure, figure costs, form an opinion, gauge, give an approximate value, guess, judge, place a value on, put an approximate price on, rank, rate, reckon, set a price on, set a value on, suppose, survey, value, weigh
Associated concepts: estimated tax, estimated cash value, estimated cost, estimated revenue, final estimate
See also: appraisal, appraise, assess, assessment, belief, bid, calculate, charge, computation, concept, determine, diagnose, discernment, estimation, evaluate, gauge, generalization, guess, idea, judge, judgment, measure, measurement, opine, opinion, perception, poll, presume, presuppose, price, prognosis, rate, survey, value, weigh
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answering estimative or future-based problems reflects a desire on the
Estimative Method: The estimative method refers to a simplified method using the degree-days approach, considering that the heating degree-days are a function of the average [U.
The ROR approach is the notion of assignment-based weak preference relations and, analogously to the assignments, new necessary and possible assignment-based relations were established, as well as an estimative of assignment based on pairwise outranking indices.
The estimative of genetic distance among Santo Antonio do Taua, PA and Sena Madureira; AC could not be measured, since these populations had no alleles in common.
i2]], the vector of estimative for specific random regression coefficients for animal (i), and [Z'.
Working individuals nearing their 50's and 60' cannot rely solely on estimative guesses, they need to confidently know if their savings will be able to deliver adequate income to sustain the retirement lifestyle that they want and that is precisely the reason the VxPI indexes were created," commented Frank Votaw, Chief Operating Officer of Voth Nixon Group.
It is possible, however, to deduce the seed predation pressure by predators, which in turn, may be used to estimate seeds vulnerability at community level (Sieving, 1992) creating a estimative of relative predation rates for the community (Loiselle and Hoppes, 1983; Wilcove, 1985).
Moreover, in order to adjust the theoretical models and the definition of the coefficients to the semivariograms, an estimative method of values distributed in space using adjacent values (Kriging) was used.
These attributes can indicate a performance realistic of the estimative calculations (Toti et al.
Sherman Kent, "Words of Estimative Probability," 1964, Central Intelligence Agency, https://www.

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