rate of change


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rate of change

[′rāt əv ′chānj]
(chemistry)
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As a result, the annual rate of change grew in June for the first time since February 2015.
How to cope with that rate of change is a challenge for educators -- for administrators as well as those actually in the classrooms.
The annual rate of change - which compares the current level of house prices against their level 12 months ago - declined from +3.
Moreover, for all three subperiods examined (1990-95, 1995-2002, and 2002-07), the rate of change in the Nation exceeded the rate for New York City, which in turn exceeded the rest of the State's rate.
How it works: It compares the rate of change of a specific gene to the average rate of change within the genome.
If the temperature control system has rate of change limits properly set, cool-down is simple, since all the operator must do is lower the temperature set points to ambient and then 60 to 90 minutes later return to turn off the TCU.
From a very short period of time, you can't extrapolate the rate of change of a very slow process," he says.
Elliott suggests that the information era will require new methods of accounting that measure not just the change in wealth, but the rate of change in wealth.
In contrast, annual rates of return for the market portfolio and the risk-free asset are typically measured during single calendar years by the rate of change in their value (including any interim cash payments or dividends) from the outset of the year to its conclusion.
4 billion in 2009, representing a compound annual rate of change (CARC) of -9.
Other than in June, the month-over-month rate of change has been much more modest.