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input

resources such as raw material, labour and capital which are used by a firm to produce goods and services (OUTPUT). See PRODUCTION
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One of my favorite features is the input signal control for each of the XLR inputs: Head Amp Gain, Digital Gain, and Input Level.
26 December 2017 - Canada-based agriculture and food processing company Richardson Pioneer has acquired Canada-based crop inputs centre Bestland Air Ltd.
PPI first suggested calculating inputs to industry indexes as part of its comprehensive 1978 revision.
The advantages of Method 1 are that it provides intuitive consonant inputs and easy vowel formations by combining " and "1".
Lower energy use efficiency in maize production systems is due to higher energy inputs in these systems for example N fertilizer consumed.
The modules operate from 9 to 30 VDC, and power can be input by a terminal block or DC jack.
Other parts of the thesis is a mathematical description of the behavior of protection of inputs and outputs.
It also has 16 synchronous digital inputs and outputs; four 16-bit or 32-bit counters, which can be configured to be gated; two timer/pulse width modulation generators; and three 16-bit or 32-bit quadrature detectors to measure linear and rotary position.
However, Gallacher (1999 and 2001) provides some evidence of the marginal productivity of human capital in production: estimation results (using 1988 Agricultural Census data) show a substantial return to educational inputs. Given the importance of the Argentine agricultural sector to the countries[acute accent] economy and the complex nature of decision-making in the Argentine agricultural firm additional research on the topic is warranted.
The PD2266 pump drive can be specified with four to eight pump inputs and the input horsepower can be divided unequally between the input sections to a maximum of 1800 hp input, the company said.