- n. Plural form of quotient.
“Infinitesimal quantities may be characterized as quotients b/m of a finite quantity b by an infinite quantity m.”
“Multiply the percentages by volume by either the densities or the molecular weight of each gas, and divide the products by the sum of all the products; the quotients will be the percentages by weight.”
“- 1 being the same as 1 - 1, and calling the quotients finite.”
“Tact is not something entirely inherent, while I do believe there are genetic components and emotional intellect quotients that make it a part of one's being.”
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“They have extremely high adorable quotients, but that alone is not what commends them to cinema verite.”
“All the sign carrying and "demonstrations" are designed to do is to raise the excitement and anger quotients, get people really jacked up, in the hope that out there somewhere, an already existing marginal nut will dive over the edge and attack The President, physically.”
“There just isn't enough team building or interpretation of emotional quotients," he says.”
“With Pandora's Box open, America's newfound multilateralism backfired in spades and we were sent packing to the next venue, hoping to bolster regional security initiatives in the wake of increasingly aggressive Chinese military actions this past year. 2009's bows did their trick, emboldening instead of pacifying and upping aggression quotients rather than engendering cooperation.”
“In Henan and ten other provinces, government studies in 2002 linked the lack of iodine with 10-point-lower-than-average intelligence quotients in the worst affected areas.”
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