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Synonyms for effectiveness

the power or capacity to produce a desired result

Synonyms for effectiveness

capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects

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H4: Student satisfaction will positively relate to group grades, which measure the effectiveness of collaborative learning.
TEI will refine and expand TEI's effectiveness in the state and local tax arena in respect of education, advocacy, and networking.
This has empowered and emboldened auditors, giving them leverage they had lacked before management, and ultimately increasing the committee's effectiveness.
Assess the effectiveness of the company's internal controls for the current fiscal year.
After 20 to 30 years of continuous vaccination, post- and preexposure vaccines had similar effectiveness in terms of the cumulative percent of TB cases prevented (Figure 3B).
Phase 1 compared the effectiveness of cooling fins and external chills through computer-aided solidification modeling.
In the first stage, research analysts employed a multivariate regression analysis, regressing organization performance on the score for communication effectiveness and other control variables to estimate the magnitude of the effect these programs have on generating surplus market value for the organization.
Question: Can the auditor test the effectiveness of existing controls for management?
The staff study on recall effectiveness will not be completed until the fall of 2004.
It reviewed 25 previous studies of faith-based effectiveness.
Reduction of major losses, Move the focus to reducing losses due to scheduling, equipment failure, production changes, equipment effectiveness, idle time or minor stoppages, defects and/or rejects, and start-up and loading/unloading losses.
In fact, the doses of progestin or estrogen have been steadily lowered, decreasing the side effects while in no way lessening the product's contraceptive effectiveness.
Meeting in San Francisco on January 29, 2000, activists from across the nation undertook a day-long discussion of the need for research into the long-term effectiveness of antiretroviral therapies.
Theoretically, a technology could be considered medically necessary on the basis of clinical data validating its effectiveness, but not cost-effective based on the high expense of achieving that benefit.