Inverse ratio

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(Math.) the ratio of the reciprocals of two quantities.

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Customs have been handed down by ages of repetition, but the punishment for ignoring a custom is a matter for individual treatment by a jury of the culprit's peers, and I may say that justice seldom misses fire, but seems rather to rule in inverse ratio to the ascendency of law.
I could understand the reason for this, as with the narrowing expanse of Omean as the waters rose toward the apex of its dome, the rapidity of its rise would increase in inverse ratio to the ever-lessening space to be filled.
In inverse ratio to my luck, I draw great blanks, fill them in
7), using inverse ratio (Cod + C6G/ Mor + M3G + M6G) in plasma and urine samples has reported the inverse ratio to be 9 (6-16) in ultrafast metabolizers 12 hours after codeine consumption.
He saw them bearing down, not so much with sharpened teeth, but with glazed eyes made blank with incomprehension, as if the mere presence of numbers, in inverse ratio to intelligence, guaranteed a mindless herd.
The fundamental importance of generating auto-PEEP was also suggested by proponents of inverse ratio ventilation in the early 1980's.
The story comprises 626 lines of the Canterbury Tales but its brevity exists in an inverse ratio to the volume of critical commentary it has provoked.
They found that, generally, there is an inverse ratio between size and speed.
They say Azerbaijan's political freedoms have declined in an inverse ratio with the oil proceeds.
The new algos contain key risk controls across four strategies - Spread, Ratio, Inverse Spread and Inverse Ratio a and are available directly via leading order management systems.
Also popular is leverage, which is just the inverse ratio, that is, total assets to common equity.
And I would suggest that there is an inverse ratio between the amount of sorting needed, and the volume of good recyclable waste.