total order


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total order

[′tōd·əl ′ȯr·dər]
(mathematics)
The total order of an analytic function in a domain D is the algebraic sum of its orders at all poles and zeros in D.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Specifically, the total orders balance surged to plus-17% in November - which was the highest reading since August 1988 - having previously fallen back to an 11-month low of minus-2% in October from plus-7% in September and plus-13% in August.
Officials of Samsung, the world's second biggest shipbuilder, said, the Middle East represents about 20 per cent of its total order book, valued currently at $46 billion.
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Rosoboronexport has so far in 2003 has signed 200 contracts worth some $3 bn, bringing its total order book to $12.2 bn.
"Elekta's total order bookings so far during this fiscal year are satisfactory.
The total order value for the two projects exceeds $6 million.
The total order is for six ferries, of which four will be newly built, to be privately operated in peacetime.
This assignment, with a total order value of approximately SEK900m, has been divided into two phases.
Manufacturers will be hoping the Budget brings some relief from the business rates burden in particular." The survey, which includes the views of 397 manufacturers, said total order books had a balance of plus 17%, with 28% of firms reporting levels above normal.
The survey of 432 manufacturers found that total order books and export order books were strong in August.
co.uk were up 56 per cent on last year's equivalent Cyber Monday, and the total order values increased by 42 per cent.

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