percentage point


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Noun1.percentage point - the dot at the left of a decimal fraction
mathematical notation - a notation used by mathematicians
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percentage point

npunto percentuale
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If one country's unemployment rate tripled, it would then be only one percentage point above that of Argentina's.
5 percentage point above its long-mn average: Output at utilities, which had dropped 2.
1 percentage point from the previous year, the Labor Ministry said Tuesday.
At 20 percent, it has fallen more than one percentage point from the year before and nearly five percentage points from 1997.
Patients who monitored their glucose levels continuously using the Medtronic Guardian([R]) RT Continuous Glucose Monitoring System experienced a one percentage point reduction in HbA1c levels, versus a 0.
According to the poll, which was conducted from March 1 to 7 among 1,200 respondents, the approval ratings of Vice President Jejomar Binay (now 46 percent from 45 percent last quarter) and Senate President Franklin Drilon (now 49 percent from 47 percent) increased by one percentage point and two percentage points, respectively.
In July 2013, Slovenia's construction confidence indicator (-22 percentage points) was 1 percentage point lower than in June 2013 when it stood at -21 percentage points.
125 of a percentage point at the end of June to widen the deposit-to-lending interest gap to 1.
2 percent availability rate at the end of the third quarter still remained almost a percentage point higher than a year ago at the same time.
Finally, the net share of those who think home prices will go up increased by 1 percentage point this month.
In July 2013 the consumer confidence indicator increased by 1 percentage point compared to June 2013.
That's unchanged from July and up 1 percentage point annually.

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