Quintile


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Quintile

(religion, spiritualism, and occult)

A quintile is a minor aspect of 72° created by subdividing a circle into five parts. The great astronomer Johannes Kepler devised quintiles and biquintiles (144°) for his astrological work. Quintiles refer to the aptitudes or talents related to the planets involved in the aspect. It is given an orb of influence of 1° to 3°, depending on the astrologer.

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Panel A clearly show that all Sharpe ratios are significant especially the highest quintile with a Sharpe ratio of 2.71.
They then divided the PURE participants into quintiles based on their intakes of all seven food types, and found the highest survival rate among people in the quintile with the highest intake level for all of the food groups.
Its individual scores include one second-quintile ranking of 52 for purpose, with the rest placing comfortably in the first quintile: social at 15, financial at 5, community at 14 and physical at 7.
Indeed, when the investigators divided patients into quintiles of ASV, the top quintile in terms of triglyceride variability had a 34% greater risk of coronary events, a 31% increase in risk of cardiovascular events, a 63% increase in stroke, a 65% increase in nonfatal MI, and a 92% greater likelihood of new-onset diabetes compared with patients in the lowest quintile of ASV In contrast, these risks were not significantly elevated in the second, third, and fourth quintiles.
We need to expand investment in education in the districts falling in the lowest quintile. This will enhance the income earning capacity of the poor as education is the starting point for a social transformation process.
In 2016, 29.1% of households in the top quintile owned two or more homes--compared with 1.6% of households in the bottom quintile, 2.5% in the second quintile, and 6.8% in the third quintile.
While their graduates from low-income backgrounds earn higher incomes, on average, than students from low-income backgrounds who attend less-prestigious schools, students from families in the bottom income quintile make up a relatively small portion of their student bodies.
According to the table, approximately 63 percent of sample households who were in the first quintile in 1984 were also in the first quintile in 1994, while slightly less than 2 percent transitioned to the fifth quintile.
Life expectancy moved in the other direction for 50-year-old men in the bottom income quintile.
States are arranged into quintiles based on their 2015 state tax scores.
achieved first quintile Policy Perception Index scores.