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This suggests a misunderstanding of the concept of the inverse relationship of exponentiation.
In development economics, an ongoing debate on farm size and productivity inverse relationship (IR) exists.
The NCB Capital report indicates an inverse relationship between the category of the stock price (as of Jan.
THE INVERSE RELATIONSHIP Providing further comfort to the bulls, the Fed's annual stress test showed the majority of the largest U.
Results of epidemiological studies have demonstrated an inverse relationship between vitamin E intake and coronary disease.
If the inverse relationship does exist, then policies such as "small but efficient" come into play, and land redistribution to break up large farms may be proposed.
Through an examination of several such states, he finds that an inverse relationship exists between extremist influence and state strength, because fragile states foster environments that enhance the leverage of Islamist extremists versus moderates.
Other topics include the homeostatic role of the parasympathetic nervous system in human behavior, multiple neuronal and glial mechanisms that can be involved in the response to the activation of nicotinic receptors, an inverse relationship of the underlying mechanism in epilepsy and cognitive functions, hereditary chroroidal dystrophies, vagus nerve stimulation in food intake control, and how proteomics helps elucidate the causes of schizophrenia.
S stock prices - in stark defiance of their traditional inverse relationship.
The researchers point out that relationships between T4 or T3 and BMD were not independent of TSH or each other but were consistent with the positive correlation between T4 and T3 and their inverse relationship with TSH.
However, previous research has reported an inverse relationship between education and happiness or satisfaction with life: as education level goes up, happiness goes down.
With interest rates currently at record lows near zero as a result of low inflation and high unemployment, oil prices and the dollar's value have increasingly forged an inverse relationship.