positive number

positive number

[¦päz·əd·iv ′nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
A real number that is greater than 0.
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The index represents the percentage of companies which are positive about their business minus the percentage of those who gave negative replies, therefore a positive number means optimists outnumber pessimists.
The university recorded a positive number of registrations from students interested in studying undergraduate Bachelor of Science [B.S.] programmes in Civil Engineering and Biology and from high school teachers interested in the Professional Teaching Diploma.
Input matrices A, B, C [member of] [R.sup.nxn], given any small positive number [member of].
The contamination of chicken meat and its related edible offal to Campylobacter and its species samples number Positive Number Positive Number Positive Number and percentage and percentage and percentage of of of campylobacter campylobacter campylobacter infection jejuni coli infection infection Meat 138 35 (4/25%) 32 (4/91%) 3 (6/8%) Liver 138 68 (2/49%) 61 (7/89%) 7 (3/10%) gizzard 138 59 (8/42 %) 53 (8/89 %) 6 (2/10 %) hearts 138 46 (3/33 %) 42 (3/91 %) 4 (7/8 %) Table 3.
One such paper was on partitions - the number of ways a positive number can be added up.
Next, we consider q pairs of real numbers {[[alpha].sub.j], [[beta].sub.j]} and let a positive number [omega] such that
For the outlook to return to stable, Moody's would expect the comparable-store sales growth in the Australian Food and Liquor business to revert to a positive number on a sustained basis.
for some positive number [[lambda].sub.0], where p(t) is a nonnegative bounded function.
Here [epsilon] is an arbitrary given positive number.
When the length of the projection (a positive number) is represented by x, then when the angle A is acute (i.e.
If the output gap is a positive number, it means that economy is overextending its resources, which could cause deflation.
"I take it as a positive number. It will bring me luck.