quantitative test


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quantitative test

Etymology: L, quantum, how much, testum, crucible
a test that determines the amount of a substance per unit volume or unit weight.
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Even more interesting, if the respondents who prefer to proceed directly to the quantitative test were excluded, 75 percent of the remaining public company respondents elected to apply Step 0 to some or all of their reporting units.
ASUs 2011-08 and 2012-02 did not change the quantitative tests for goodwill or indefinite-lived intangible asset impairment testing, respectively For instance, ASU 2011-08 states that if, based on a qualitative assessment, an entity determines that it is more likely than not that the fair value of a reporting unit is less than its carrying amount, the entity is required to perform Step 1 of the quantitative test.
Roche (SIX: RO, ROG; OTCQX: RHHBY) announced today that its novel, state of the art Hepatitis C virus (HCV) qualitative and quantitative tests received CE mark.
Brent Madden earned a second-place score in the Sixth Grade PLUS quantitative test, and Ian Doxsee earned a first-place score in the Seventh Grade SAT critical reading test and a second place in the combined test.
Although traditional paths like tests can measure cognitive learning in history, there is concern that teachers frequently sacrifice depth to reach better quantitative test results.
For entry in 2005, students must submit either the SAT, the ACT, three SAT II Subjects (Writing, a quantitative test, and one other), three Advanced Placement (AP) tests (an English, a quantitative, and one other), or any combination of the above (to include one verbal/English, one quantitative, and one other).
Our nationally respected testing program offers accurate, quantitative test results from all types of sources where these bacteria can prosper, including cooling towers, domestic water systems, hot-water systems, and bathroom fixtures.
Quantitative test results, although more definitive, only indicate the extent of contamination in the samples collected, not the amount present in the whole facility.
The second quantitative test is a comparison between the percentage of the overall asset value attributable to the total FMV of the S corporation, and the FMV of the partnerships.
Specific information will be developed on costs per joint, time to apply a system, equipment needs and special requirements, as well as quantitative test data in various areas.
Although physicians retained the ability to order either the qualitative or the quantitative test (or both), when indicated, the quantitative test was used for initial testing.
In addition to resultant quantitative test data gathered as part of the neuropsychological assessment, direct observations of the patient's behavior during the course of the evaluation can provide invaluable qualitative data.

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