cost-benefit ratio

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cost-benefit ratio

a mathematic representation of the relationship of the cost of an activity to the benefit of its outcome or product.
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Theres also the cost benefit ratio - if you can prevent even one person from losing their eyesight, they can contribute to society.
As for energy and power transmission line to Pakistan is concerned, the Chairman, BOI explained that it is very difficult to buy electricity from Iran and transmits the same through Baluchistan, because the areas of Baluchistan is neither over populated to consume the electricity, nor passing the transmission lines through Baluchistan province to any other province of Pakistan is possible its due to Cost Benefit ratio.
Cost benefit ratio (CBR) was calculated for each treatment/plot basis in order to determine the most economical and effective control methods for recommendation to the growers.
7kg), the highest cost benefit ratio (1:34) with maximum profit (67%) over uncovered bunches, followed by those bunches which were covered with polypropylene bags in these parameters.
Economics of various treatments: Adaptability of a system depends upon the cost benefit ratio of the system.
It gives the option a marginally better cost benefit ratio of 6.
Add in the cost benefit ratio of the death penalty and it goes down rapidly.
All we had was pounds 10 million from the Local Transport Plan and the scheme under consideration didn't even meet the Government's cost benefit ratio.
Hauser has won a number of other awards for this product, including the Medical Design Excellence Award for form and function, aesthetics, efficiency, business impact, innovation, ease of use and cost benefit ratio.
As regards the cost benefit ratio, it was observed that fertilizer dose @ 200+80+80 kg N+P2O5+K2O ha-1 was suitable fertilizer treatment for obtaining maximum cane and sugar yield in genotype HoTh-300.
Fruit damage (%), shoot damage (%), yield (kg/plot) and cost benefit ratio were the paratmenters to assess the effect of various treatments.