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M

Fifth letter of a NASDAQ stock symbol specifying that the issue is the company's fourth class of preferred shares.

M

1. A symbol (M) indicating that a bond has matured. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

2. A symbol (M) indicating that the dividend on a stock has been reduced by a certain amount. It is used most often on transaction tables in a newspaper.

3. A symbol (m) indicating that the closing price of a security is lower than the closing price of the previous trading day.

4. A symbol (m) indicating the percentage by which the net asset value per share of a closed-end investment company exceeds its share price.

5. A symbol for 1,000.

m

1. Used in bond transaction tables in newspapers to indicate a bond that has matured and is no longer drawing interest: Cuba 4 1/2 77m.
2. Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate an annual dividend rate that is reduced on the last declaration date: .20m.
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Where: T is tangent modulus in daNmm-1, F is force in daN and D is deformation in mm.
Note that by the time the temperature reaches 200[degrees]C (392[degrees]F), this large change is complete and the elastic modulus levels off.
Figure 3(a) presents reconstructed shear modulus maps near a tumor region in a FE breast tissue model with 0%, 10%, 20%, and 30% compression.
For both the modulus and GF calculations of the other clamps, the thickness has the greatest influence as it appears cubed in a denominator as part of the moment of inertia and can vary greatly between samples.
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The areas of higher modulus are connected by a section in which the modulus is above the transfer modulus value, thus allowing liquid transport for feeding throughout the casting.
As described above, it is essential to determine the Young's modulus and shear modulus values precisely in order to ensure that construction procedures where the solid wood and wood-based materials are used are efficient and cost-effective, so appropriate methods must be established for this purpose.
The cost involved during the run-time of the algorithm is a maximum of three shift operations, bit-masking, and two s-bit addition operations (where s is at most 20% longer than the modulus length).
Dr Hudson also says that there is a relationship between modulus and lens thickness profile and cites the unreferenced, unsupported and partially labelled set of profiles in Figure 1 as evidence that 'material modulus can provide practitioners with a useful indicator of the change in Dk/A expected over the lens surface [sic] for any given lens type
Keywords Three-point bending, Nanoindentation, Young's modulus, Thermally sprayed coating