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constant dollars

pl.n.
Dollars reported in terms of the value they had on a previous date: The dividend of $8 per share paid in 2001 was worth only $4 in constant dollars of 1991, when the stock was purchased.
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Appendices include: (1) The Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education; (2) Number of Public Four-Year Institutions by Carnegie Classification in the WICHE Region, 2009-10; (3) Number of Public Two-Year Institutions by State in the WICHE Region, 2009-10; (4) Procedure for Converting Current Dollars to Constant Dollars; (5) Methodology; (6) Mandatory Fees at Public Four-Year Institutions in the WICHE Region, 2009-10; (7) Mandatory Fees at Public Two-Year Institutions in the WICHE Region, 2009-10; and (8) Survey Instructions.

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