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Hence we may confidently assert, that all plants and animals are tending to increase at a geometrical ratio, that all would most rapidly stock every station in which they could any how exist, and that the geometrical tendency to increase must be checked by destruction at some period of life.
Thus the progress of the Hawiians and Tahitians to utter extinction is accelerated in a sort of compound ratio.
His property increased in a tenfold ratio, and he was already ranked among the most wealthy and important of his countrymen.
Considered as a reflector, it is potent in producing a monstrous and odious uniformity: and the evil is here aggravated, not in merely direct proportion with the augmentation of its sources, but in a ratio constantly increasing.
Thus he found that the system of withholding the indispensable materials for production and subsistence from the laborers, except on condition of their supporting an idle class whilst accepting a lower standard of comfort for themselves than for that idle class, rendered the determination of just ratios of exchange, and consequently the practice of honest dealing, impossible.
A participation ratio was created to account for differences grouping the number of semesters attended by students.
APPLICATION:This study demonstrates the importance of high velocity ratio in producing a uniform stock mixture in concentric thick stock dilution before the fan pump.
1) Analyses conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reveal that over the nine-year period, the pregnancy-related mortality ratio rose; the risk of pregnancy-related death was sharply elevated among women aged 35 or older and among black women.
The degree ratio is the number of high school diplomas awarded in a given year divided by the number of individuals aged 17.
Of course, the Maastricht Treaty stipulated that the deficit-to-GDP ratio should not exceed 3 percent and the debt-to-GDP ratio 60 percent.
A fund's P/E ratio is the weighted average of the P/Es for all the fund's holdings, with larger stock positions calculated to have a greater influence.
Poisson's ratio measures how much a stretched material's cross section decreases for a given increase in length.
Through experimental data, this article details the Sr/Bi ratio required to effectively modify Si morphology in 319 aluminum and improve melt quality and casting grain structure.
A company that earns $2 per share, for example, and sells for $20 has a P/E ratio of 10.
In Letter Ruling (TAM) 9810003, the IRS National Office ruled that the simplified production method with the historic absorption ratio (HAR) election, used to allocate additional costs to inventory under the uniform capitalization rules, is not subject to the reasonableness standard required of other uniform capitalization allocation methods.