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Indicate

To give some sign of a security's or the broader economy's health. An indication may cause a company's stock to rise or fall in price. Signals can indicate both technical and fundamental information. There are three basic types of indicators. A leading indicator occurs before an event or trend takes place and is thought to be predictive. A coincident indicator happens at the same time as the general trend. Finally, a lagging indicator occurs after the trend is well established, and is thought to confirm it.
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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship among students' reports about their goal orientation, self-efficacy and self-regulated strategy use and their academic performance in a Computer Literacy course as indicated by course grade.
This year, 81 percent indicated that rotations were valuable, with 55 percent citing the rotations as "extremely valuable.
One-way ANOVA results indicated no significant difference between Naive (M = 26.
Fifty-five percent of the participants were former teachers, and 16% of the participants indicated that they had been special education teachers.
Unless otherwise indicated, any differences between the employer-based disability managers and the expert DM groups are not significant.
About a 50/50 split between cupolas and electric furnaces in larger foundries is indicated.
Almost 50 percent of Survey respondents indicated that they would be more likely to download ringtones, music or other content to their mobile devices if they were presented with choices based on their tastes and preferences.
In terms of required course activities, participants indicated that they preferred the required offline activities to the required online activities.
After viewing the ad, 68% of Democrats indicated they were more prepared to fight terrorism and 75% indicated that Republicans were more prepared.
Given that the respondents indicated that over 50% of their co-workers whom they knew personally made negative remarks about gay and lesbian individuals, it is clear that whether based on fear or other personal beliefs, sexual orientation is perceived as something that "matters" in the workplace.
Among Republican respondents, 33% indicated that stem cell research, which destroys embryos to create new research lines was "most promising," while 28% reported that the research proposed by the Santorum-Spector bill is "most promising" and 21% reported that both forms show "equal promise".
Results of frequencies indicated that 29% of the respondents disagreed, and 41% agreed that they had anxieties in relation to music and music education.