Examples of quantitative in a Sentence
Scientists are gathering quantitative information about human intelligence.
Recent Examples of quantitative from the Web
There is of course a plethora of research, both qualitative and quantitative, on youth radicalization in recent years.
Myron Scholes, chief investment strategist at Janus Capital Group, discusses a speech by Mario Draghi and the central banker’s defense of quantitative easing.
The Sun Rises on Abe Japan, the land of endless quantitative easing, chronic deflation, and population shrinking, is now the fastest-growing economy in the G7.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the difference was far more pronounced in quantitative courses, where the reduced access affected grades by an average of 23 percent of a standard deviation.
A quantitative air sample is taken from exhaust stacks and analyzed to determine pollutant concentrations and emission rates.
Separately, money manager Dan Pelletier took a sabbatical to design quantitative tools for trading, people with knowledge of the firm said.
Evercore ISI’s assumption matches the emerging consensus view that the ECB will start tapering in January, with a phasing out of quantitative easing during 2018.
Federal Reserve quantitative easing bond purchases First round: $1.75 trillion, Nov. 2008-March 2010.
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Origin and Etymology of quantitative
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Definition of quantitative for English Language Learners
: of or relating to how much there is of something : of or relating to the quantity or amount of something
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