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  • adj. calculated from selected discrete values over a specified time period


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  • It's usually not the lowest time-weighted opportunity-cost option, unless the borrower isn't the one repaying.

    Government vs. Private Debt, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • A Morningstar Inc. report shows that for any time period evaluated, whether measured by time-weighted or by investor returns, public plans have consistently outperformed retail mutual funds.

    Don't Blame Teachers for Expecting to Get a Pension

  • Since then, the Dow engaged in stomach-churning see-saws, but the time-weighted average has been stuck around 10,000.

    Dr. Philip Neches: The Goldman Rule

  • OSHA has established the permissible exposure limit (PEL) 8-hour time-weighted average (TWA) at 0.75 ppm and the 15-minute Short-Term Exposure Limit (STEL) at 2 ppm.

    Public Health Statement for Formaldehyde

  • Ozone is toxic and exposure should not exceed 0.2 mg/m3 (8-hour time-weighted average - 40-hour work week).


  • Usually, an OSHA regulated substance will have only a PEL as a time-weighted average.

    Exposure standards and guidelines

  • The NIOSH RELs are also designated as time-weighted average, short-term exposure limits and ceiling limits.

    Exposure standards and guidelines

  • Here I thought I was on my way to world domination because I know the difference between time-weighted and dollar-weighted performance returns, and the girl who sold me a $30 bottle of shampoo is already well on her way to building home equity who knows where (it's a good thing I didn't ask her; if she owns a place in Manhattan, I may have asked if Barney's is hiring).

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • The number that is currently on our home page is a time-weighted average between “total number of sign ups ever” and “total number of logged in users over the last 60 days”.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Anyway, what does time-weighted average between “total number of sign ups ever” and “total number of logged in users over the last 60 days”, actually mean?

    Archive 2006-08-01


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