Residual figure

(Geom.) the figure which remains after a less figure has been taken from a greater one.

See also: Residual

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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So, for a tagged residual figure [I.sub.1]([x.sub.i]), we need to "filter" it a second time.
And depreciation at around 34% after three years is not the bulletproof residual figure many come to take for granted from Audi.
We haven't yet decided what the residual figure will be but I think we are looking in the hundreds rather than the thousands."
"We haven't yet decided what the residual figure will be, but I think we are looking in the hundreds rather than the thousands," the BBC quoted General Richards, as saying.
In fact, Brexit has already done so much damage that the UK government is having to hide much of its deficit in unreconciled residual figures locked away in footnotes.
If the CX-5 is used as a yardstick, residual figures will also be healthy.
These are pretty steep, but this is partly countered by the wealth of standard equipment you get - and the enviable residual figures it attracts: up to 52% on a car three years old with 30,000 miles.
Thanks to those crunch-hammered residual figures, it's never been a better time for Matt and his team to pick up relative bargains.
'Additionally, residual figures for the Midlands for the first half of the year were bouyed up by larger deals even though the mid-market suffered.'