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Success Ratio The success ratio provides an indication of the completion rates of all courses, transfer-level, remedial, and occupational courses over time.
However, in view of the importance of thick stock dilution, a rigorous analysis of concentric mixing was in order, along with a reexamination of the velocity ratio criteria.
Black women had a higher pregnancy-related mortality ratio than white women in every age-group studied.
Between 1870 and 1970, the degree ratio rose from just 0,02, meaning that 2 out of every 100 schoolchildren graduated from high school, to no less than 0.
In a growing economy, the long-term government debt-to-GDP ratio is determined by dividing the deficit ratio by the growth rate.
Analyzing a fund's P/E ratio is particularly valuable when you compare it with the P/E ratio of the appropriate benchmark.
Uniform materials with a negative Poisson's ratio increase in volume when stretched.
To further understand the Bi-Sr interaction on the Al-Si eutectic temperature, the Sr/Bi ratio was plotted vs.
A similar ratio that compares a company's stock price to the amount of cash the business generates.
Under the simplified production and simplified resale methods, the amount of additional UNICAP costs requiring inventory capitalization is determined by computing an absorption ratio and applying it to ending inventory for FIFO, or a LIFO increment for LIFO.
Richard Schwartz, tax counsel and director of government and fiscal affairs for the Business Council of New York State, said "A taxpayer should have the fundamental right of challenging overassessment and inequality, and you cannot do that without the ability to do a sales ratio.
Clary, like defendants in other cases, has challenged the constitutionality of the 100-to-1 ratio.