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quotient

1. 
a. the result of the division of one number or quantity by another
b. the integral part of the result of division
2. a ratio of two numbers or quantities to be divided

quotient

[′kwō·shənt]
(mathematics)
The result of dividing one quantity by another.

quotient

The number obtained by dividing one number (the "numerator") by another (the "denominator"). If both numbers are rational then the result will also be rational.
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Through Nielsen insight and measurement solutions, clients will have access to Quotient's purchase and intent data set.
Quotient Sciences has brought innovation to the pharmaceutical services sector through its unique Translational Pharmaceutics platform, which is proven to accelerate development timelines, reduce development costs, and drive improvement in R and D productivity.
This issue of a maximum of 140,000 class C shares to Swedbank AB shall be performed at a price of SEK0.1, corresponding to the shares' quotient value at the time of the issue and shall be subscribed within three weeks from the resolution date of the issue.
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A further expansion of Quotient's formulation and manufacturing operations will be announced in the coming months.
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