absolute number

absolute number

[′ab·sə‚lüt ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
A number represented by numerals rather than by letters.
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He added: "The safety of our customers is our absolute number one priority and as such, the bananas in question were immediately removed from the store as a precautionary measure.
In addition, 29 countries have met the more ambitious goal laid out at the World Food Summit in 1996, when governments committed to halving the absolute number of undernourished people by 2015," read the statement.
In 2013 the UK also had the largest absolute number of under-five deaths in the region, a total of 3,800.
While the absolute number of removed coins decreased for every single denomination, the 2 euro denomination remains by far the most affected by this criminal activity, representing 2 out of 3 counterfeit euro coins detected, noted the statement.
96 million persons in absolute number of population during 2001-11, RT reported.
8 percent and the absolute number of jobless rose slightly over August.
Absolute number of lymphocytes was 1941 [+ or -] 148 cell/[micro]l, with individual variation between 714 cell/[micro]l and 2930 cell/[micro]l.
Definitely, the absolute number of exports to the United States will be decreasing.
Markets with median household incomes between $50,000 and $100,000 gained the largest absolute number of branches, netting 1,919 new branches in the nearly six-year span.
findings, while noting that "in some cases," such as sub-Saharan Africa and India, "progress has been tempered by population growth," with poverty rates dropping even as the absolute number of people living in poverty grows.
The absolute number of Indian children dying is chilling -- 100 per hour.
Brian Rarity, strategic consultant with Corpfin, said: "The absolute number of deals in Wales is relatively small and it is therefore not surprising that there are very large variations in the statistical sense.