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a.1.Estimable according to quantity; quantitative.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Since the financial crash, they have raked in tens of millions each, while quantitive easing has pumped taxpayer money into the system.
"Products enjoying tariff protections and/or quantitive restrictions such as rice, corn and sugar as well as products requiring special import permits and/or subject to standard requirements shall remain to be regulated by applicable laws, rules and regulations," it added.
As Global Head of Exotics Trading, Neil will build on Barclays existing strengths in Structured Notes, Corporate Derivatives and Quantitive Investment Strategies (QIS) to expand our client offering.
Qualitative and Quantitive results indicate that the first and second levels of Kirkpatrick evaluation model have been achieved in our study in terms of change in behavior, satisfaction (comment verbatim Table-II) and improvement in scores.23,24
Certainly this is only a theory, but consider the latest letter: in the EU big business reigns supreme and small businesses struggle to survive; the open borders have helped no-one apart from criminals and terrorists; QE (Quantitive Easing) is only practised by the EU; the south of Europe suffers from 'deliberate mass unemployment'; the EU is hostile and spiteful.
"[The] use of qualitive and quantitive methods to predict the nature an importance of future trends and developments and analyse their impact on the entities work related areas, as well as identification and selection of the best alternatives based on trends to enable the entity to achieve its objectives."
ANOVA used When three or more categories of quantitive data for the comparison of their mean.
The indices of drought are quantitive measures that characterizes the level of tolerance to environmental stress by using assimilation data [10].