index ratio

index ratio

[′in‚deks ‚rā·shō]
(electromagnetism)
The ratio of the radius of a conductor used in induction heating to its skin depth at the frequency used.
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Our tracked gold price/XAU Index ratio spiked in February: as the gold price fell, gold producers' shares suffered even sharper declines.
Productivity index ratio (PIR) is referred to as the ratio of actual productivity index to the ideal open-hole productivity index, see Equation 11 and Equation 12.
At maturity, CPI has increased to 230, making the index ratio 1.
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Daily adjustments are made to the principal of the bonds using an index ratio based on changes in the CPI-U over that period.
In a multivariate analysis that adjusted for caloric intake and poverty index ratio, participants were significantly more likely to be DASH accordant if they were aged 40-59 years (odds ratio 2.
The index ratio is calculated by dividing the level of the CPI announced just before the coupon payment is made (adjusted a bit) by the CPI on the date the bond was issued.
Change Change Change HFR Equity HFR Equity S&P Hedge Hedge 500 Index Ratio January -5.
1) External financing index ratio = Cash from operations/Total external Financing sources (debt)
Alacritech's P/E Index ratio (dividing the adapter's performance by its efficiency) showed that Alacritech's adapters had an 812% advantage over Intel's in this test.
Our tracked gold price/XAU Index ratio has reversed recently, as we anticipated.
Headache and migraine were more common in children receiving free or reduced-price school lunches and in those whose families were classified as poor based on the poverty index ratio, according to Dr.