activity ratio


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activity ratio

An indicator of how rapidly a firm converts various accounts into cash or sales. In general, the sooner management can convert assets into sales or cash, the more effectively the firm is being run. See also fixed asset turnover, inventory turnover, total asset turnover.
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Mean activity counts for before and after pheromone exposure (left), and the mean after/before activity ratio (right), un-irradiated (0 Gy) and irradiated (300 Gy) Epiphyas postvittana males exposed to 1 of 4 levels of temperature shock (0, 1, 2, 4 h at 30 [degrees]C).
Radiometric activities measured in blackgill rockfish otoliths generally agreed with expected activity ratios for [sup.
Hence, radiometric age was determined on the basis of measured activity ratios and no adjustment for exogenous [sup.
To differentiate between PON1 phenotypes we calculated activity ratios (24, 26).
H2: Supply chain leader firms will be associated with significantly more efficient activity ratios than nonsupply chain leader firms in the same industries.
161 EFFICIENCY OR ACTIVITY RATIOS Cash Return on Assets 0.
Table 2 reports the differences between the means and medians of the volume and activity ratios around Katrina and Rita.
Alpha-ray spectrometric analysis data of the sample in question show the following activity ratios (AR) in the investigated sample: [sup.
By comparing these activity ratios, says Alberstein, producers and their managers can determine where breakdowns in the sales cycle are occurring and which skills need to be improved through in-classroom instruction, online training or enhanced oversight by a manager or mentor.
These might include activity ratios like receivable turnover, inventory turnover, days sales outstanding (DSO), gross margins, income from operations as a percent of sales or net income as a percent of sales.
The banker will also focus on liquidity, solvency and activity ratios and what these ratios consist of.
Computed since 1991, this statistic--the Composite Action Index (CAI)--averages four activity ratios that measure disciplinary activity.