square root sign

square root sign

Cardiology A pressure contour recorded by cardiac catheterization, which consists of an elevation of the right ventricular diastolic pressure with early filling and a subsequent plateau, a finding suggestive of chronic constrictive pericarditis
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According to IoD forecasters the recovery cycle appears to be taking the shape of a square root sign, with 2010's growth spurt now set to level off.
When k = 4 the expression under the square root sign is a perfect square, and then x = 4 [+ or -] 2 = 6 or 2.
In the last year we have seen little evidence to support a shift away from our forecasts for 2010: that the global markets would likely avoid the fat-tail financial Armageddon scenario, but that the shape of the economic recovery would be a square root sign, the risk of inflation would be low for the medium-term, and investors should expect a global, structural shift in capital allocation, output, consumption and market returns and plan to structure their portfolios around a lower-return environment.
The recovery will look like an inverted square root sign.