capita


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capita

(ˈkæpɪtə)
n
1. (Statistics) See per capita
2. (Anatomy) anatomy the plural of caput
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In the morning I starte with six horses and two Gauchos: the latter were capita men for the purpose, and well accustomed to living on thei own resources.
Multiplying the income per capita by 5 (to make it per household), and then dividing it by 3 (to make it monthly), implies an income of P72,838 per household per month in 2017Q3.
If the economic growth rate is always low and does not exceed the rate of population growth, the average per capita income will decrease.
The managed IT service provided by Capita supports teaching and learning outcomes for almost 1,400 pupils at the school and approximately 120 staff.
Numbers of deaths, rates, lifetime costs, and lifetime costs per capita (lifetime costs divided by the state population) were examined for each state and DC.
While most nations on the list have small populations (relatively), it is impressive that the world's largest economy, the United States, can maintain a per capita GDP (PPP) of $54,630, considering its population of over 310 million people.
Based on first preliminary estimates for 2015, AIC per capita expressed in Purchasing Power Standards (PPS) varied from 51 per cent to 137 per cent of the European Union (EU) average across the Member States.
Per capita income reflects average standards of living of people in the country and is one of the most commonly used economic indicator.
2 percent of GNI per capita and the Arab average of 4.
Average per capita income in West University Place: $106,583