multiplying


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Under the second method, which is a variation of the Black Motor formula, a taxpayer can determine uncollectible NAE amounts by multiplying its year-end accounts receivable balance by a three-year moving-average percentage, reflecting its actual NAE as to its accounts receivable balance at the beginning of the current tax year and the two immediately preceding tax years.
The other was multiplying the water use at Elsinore Elementary School until the meter hunters tracked it down last month.
Relative resource weights are calculated by multiplying the inlier average length of stay by the SIW for each case within the group.
Brown's plan are determined by multiplying each year of service by 0.
After multiplying 200 billion of the lymphocytes in a second laboratory culture, he intends to readminister them to the patient, in the hope that they will home in on and kill most of the man's melanoma tumors.
Malaria parasites initially invade liver cells and, after multiplying, release tens of thousands of new parasites, which invade red blood cells, multiply again, and then destroy these cells.
This calculation is made by dividing the short period AMT income by the number of months in the period and then multiplying the resulting figure by 12 to determine the annualized AMT income.
It was calculated by multiplying the 1981 actual price of $1,938 by 163 divided by 100.
Multiplying million-digit numbers takes time -- lots of time.
C), of which there are currently 93,310 outstanding, are entitled to receive quarterly cumulative preferential cash dividends in an amount determined by multiplying $25.
Market yield is calculated by multiplying the current month's distribution by 12 and dividing by the month-end market price.
The effective exchange ratio was determined by multiplying the