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multiplicand

the sum that is multiplied by a MULTIPLIER to calculate damages for future loss. The figure represents the plaintiff ‘s net annual wage loss; thus, if he obtains a lower-paid job, this income is deducted. If the injured party is dead, a similar calculation takes place for the surviving spouse and is based upon the money that was received by way of support.
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New multiplicands are entered without reentering the constant or x sign.
The participants reviewed the multiplicands of one through three, received instruction on the concept and function of the multiplicand of four, and then transitioned to resource rooms for experimental participation; all participants were taught by the same educator.
80 SFr per inhabitant, the Cantons receive 2/3 of the net benefit of the Swiss National Bank (NB), 5/8th of which are distributed proportionally to the number of inhabitants and 3/8th according to the indicators of financial capacity, the number of inhabitants serving as multiplicand.
Similarly, Borges creates yet another reflection upon mirroring and fatherhood in "Hakim, The Masked Dyer of Merv," which serves as a precursor to the "Tlon" quotations: "Los espejos y la paternidad son abominables, porque la multiplicand y afirman.
I also observed several students making patterns in their notebooks as they used 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 for the multiplicand and corresponding divisor [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 4 OMITTED].
As to the multiplicand in the development capacity, the diversity of a finite total flow can increase either through greater evenness among the individual flows or by finer partitioning into an ever larger number of constituent flows.
There is a simple mathematical way to represent such a procedure--multiplication: The bigger (smaller) the multiplicand, the bigger (smaller) it makes the product.
In both cases, we have brought the multiplicand inside the parentheses.
The denominator varies across issues; it is based on the presumption that subjects will use the entire 1 through 7 range of the attitude scale (and hence the first multiplicand is -3 or +3 at its extreme.
The multiplicand, (a + I), came to be termed "autonomous" spending, i.
6) Of considerable importance is the property that the incidence rate is the multiplicand of prevalence and concentration.
The question is how do we get the income multiplicand of 5.