total order


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total order

[′tōd·əl ′ȯr·dər]
(mathematics)
The total order of an analytic function in a domain D is the algebraic sum of its orders at all poles and zeros in D.
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The CBI said 22% of manufacturers described total orders as above normal in September while 31% said they were below normal, with the resulting balance of minus 9% indicating a drop in activity.
Total order bookings in the Africa and Oceania region for the quarter were up by 12% to 1,246 trucks, as compared with 1,115 in Q2 2013.
With total order books getting back to normal levels and overseas demand particularly strong, the outlook for UK manufacturing output growth is encouraging.
F safety defect claims from a total order value of EUR 150 000.
However, manufacturers anticipate a resumption of growth in export orders in the coming three months (+7%), underpinning fairly robust expectations for total orders (+14%).
The expected production volume in the next three months, orders placed for exports in the next three months, total orders received in the past three months, general economic situation in the next period and evaluations regarding the present volume of orders all negatively affected the index.
The latest quarterly Industrial Trends Survey showed that of the 439 firms surveyed, 34% said total orders rose, while 23% said they fell.
Boeing booked 1,044 net commercial aircraft orders in 2006, paced by a record 729 net orders for 737s, surpassing its 2005 record of 1,002 total orders.
Total orders or commitments for Airbus at the show are now at 114 aircraft, valued at approximately USD8.
The CBI survey for December found that while demand for products improved slightly on the previous two months, total orders remained well below normal.

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