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the 2nd letter of the Greek alphabet

second in order of importance

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preliminary or testing stage of a software or hardware product

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Beta coefficient for each stock is calculated on the basis of regression of rate of return of particular stock i against the rate of return of the world market portfolio:
3 Notes: CI, confidence interval; EMM, effect measure modification; SE, standard error; Beta coefficient (SE) and 95% CI per natural log increase in creatinine-standardized phthalate biomarker concentrations estimated in linear regression models adjusted for ln-transformed urinary creatinine concentration, prepregnancy body mass index, maternal race-ethnicity, maternal education, Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) score, duration of breastfeeding, maternal age, child age at testing, and maternal marital status.
The negative beta coefficient of the interaction variable indicated that the effect of the attitudes pretest on the attitudes posttest was lower for those in the treatment condition.
The beta coefficient values were: Dedication ([beta]= -.
In model 0 all determinants have a significant contribution to the model with the largest beta coefficients for primiparous women (-169.
Beta coefficient (AY) shows that sex, age, education, marital status and source of income of the respondents has a negative relationship with the investment of loan in income generating activities.
In the study of correlation between Acid Phosphotase and day of menstrual cycle considering the total duration of cycle we did not find any statistical significance, whereas the relationship between BAP and day of menstrual cycle in the entire cycle we obtained highly significant correlation as is evident from positive beta coefficient of regression analysis positive slope of linear correlation.
There is a negative relationship between Beta coefficient and firms' dividend policy.
The CAPM is an intuitively logical model that attempts to incorporate risk into the calculation of ke via the use of the beta coefficient, which is an accepted way of benchmarking the risk on a security relative to the overall systematic/market risk.
There are several tools that investors can use to help measure asset risk, such as standard deviation, return variance or the beta coefficient in the capital asset pricing model (CAPM).
The relative magnitudes of the standardized, or Beta, coefficients indicate which of the independent variable quantitatively has the "most important" impact on the dependent variable; a larger Beta coefficient on a particular variable indicates that variable has a more important impact on changes in per capita household income.