age ratio

age ratio

[′āj ‚rā·shō]
(geology)
The ratio of the amount of daughter to parent isotope in a mineral being dated radiometrically.
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On average, the estimates implied that a 1 % increase in the age ratio and union density is associated with -2.6% and-0.84% decrease in robot densification.
For the highest bin in the Kaymak-Poschke model, the earnings ratio is below 2.5 for both the 55-25 age ratio and the 55-30 age ratio.
For such contracts, lever- age ratio should be hiked.
Thirty-nine per cent of the children suffer from stunted (low height against age ratio) growth and 15 per cent with wasting (low height against weight ratio).
The age ratio of the collected sample was not different than the age ratio of the captured sample of females ([chi square] = 0.22, df = 1, P = 0.64).
Any additional comments on the conditions of observations, species identification process, habitat, behaviour, sex and age ratio will eventually provide more value to the record.
Mentioning that 25 % victims of these unfortunate accidents were women, he said overall age ratio of those injured or who lost their lives was between 13 years to 39 years.
The patients whose bone age/chronological age ratio was >1 and in whom pubertal response was obtained to gonodotropin releasing hormone stimulation test were considered central precocious puberty and the patients who did not meet these criteria were considered premature thelarche.
* More specifically: Broad reform should include supplemental capital authority, lower lever age ratio requirements and a Basel-style RBC system.
Today, in some states, the maximum age ratio is about 5 to 1.
In doing so, the PGC saw an opportunity to also better balance the age ratio of bucks.
From the fourth quarter of 2005 to the fourth quarter of 2009, the age ratio, which measures the ratio of loan loss reserves and equity capital to nonperforming loans, fell from 23.9 to 4.2.