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  • n  the dividend of a fraction

  • In math terms, both the numerator (federal non-discretionary spending) and the denominator (GDP) are nominal values which include inflation so any inflationary effects cancel.
  • Two signs are missing in the numerator of the indefinite integral.
  • But this legislation is going to increase that percentage, by either increasing the number of unprofitable customers (the numerator) or decreasing the total number of customers .
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  • Mike Slive in San Diego Union Tribune
    Using the number of automatics, the 34 as a numerator, and 299 as a denominator, that means about 11 percent of these teams eligible will be selected as at-large entries,Slive said. "That's 1 in 9." "So as we have said again and...

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