Muller had already proposed continued fractions with all numerators equal 2 in one of his publications .
Considering only the range of numerators which did not produce outliers, the sum of squared residuals (or squared numerical errors) was calculated.
The various numerators are all measuring something slightly different.
These two versions have the same numerator, net income, but version 2 averages the denominator while version 1 does not.
By observation, the sequence of numbers in the numerator
of the above sequence, have a pattern of generation which is the same as that in the denominator.
When one applies [PSI] on it, it gives an efficient algorithm to compute the numerator
of the reduced fraction of [[PSI].
When multiplying two fractions, multiply the two numerators
and place the results over the result obtained by multiplying the two denominators.
workers are more productive than their Mexican counterparts does not by itself explain comparative advantage, any more than the value of a numerator
alone establishes the value of a fraction.
The income measure in the numerator
of the rate of return ratio could be defined exclusive of net interest or in terms of some measure of profits other than the current production variant.
Thus, a Pennsylvania management office that directed the activities of two identical manufacturing plants, one outside Pennsylvania, could exclude only half of its property and payroll from the numerator
In either case, the foregone interest expense--aftertax--must be added to the EPS numerator
Second, the numerator
is not affected by inventory profits or by depreciation schedules used in preparing the underlying tax returns.