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Exhibit 4 shows the degree of sales growth overstatement in a 53-week year for unadjusted growth rates ranging from -100% to +100%.
The unadjusted unemployment rates and job estimates for the labor market areas reflect seasonal fluctuations and therefore may show different levels and trends than the statewide seasonally adjusted estimates.
7 in March against the base of 100 in 2000, while the index stood at an unadjusted 102.
The 8% gain reported for total construction on an unadjusted basis, for January 2006 relative to January 2005, was due to this pattern by major sectors--non-building construction, up 18%, residential building, up 7%, and nonresidential building, up 6%.
In this circumstance, unadjusted premiums may be used as the basis for the projection of expected future benefit payments.
Additionally, unadjusted analyses suggested that several complications of pregnancy and maternal characteristics were related to the likelihood of stillbirth.
Interestingly, the results are largely insensitive to the proximity of unadjusted EPS to forecast, a variable that is believed to have a large impact on management's actions and one that has been emphasized by the SEC as an important factor when considering materiality.
The unadjusted figures showed that in the six months to September, production fell 4.
Rental of property used in a trade or business in which the taxpayer owns an interest, if the gross rental income is less than 2% of the lesser of the property's unadjusted basis or its FMV.
Since the unadjusted population figures admittedly understated the population, particularly for minority groups, attorneys involved in bringing the case have predicted that proving a governmental purpose for the use of the unadjusted numbers will be difficult for the federal government.
For comparison, the unadjusted July 2015 NICS figure of 1,589,462 reflects a 14.
million, the labour office said, resulting in the unadjusted rate