rate of return

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rate of return

[′rāt əv ri′tərn]
(aerospace engineering)
Aircraft relative to its base, either fixed or moving.
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Exhibit 3 shows the average annual compound rate of return and growth of a $100 investment for the post-World War 11 period (1946-93) and for the years since 1970 (1970-1993) for consumer prices, Treasury bills, corporate bonds, and U.
Solar systems in California, New Jersey and a few other locations can often produce a pretax compound rate of return of 10 percent or more.
The same $1, invested in the smaller issues in 1925, produced a compound rate of return of 12%.