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Account Balance

The amount available in an account. Simply put, the account balance is the net of all credits less all debits. A positive account balance indicates the account holder has funds available to him/her, while a negative balance indicates the holder owes money. Account balances are important in banking because they determine whether or not an account holder has money for living expenses and in margin accounts because they show whether the holder can conduct more margin transactions.
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The amount of the original loan remaining to be paid.

It is equal to the loan amount less the sum of all prior payments of principal.

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the 30 Hz WBV frequency improved static balance. The statistically significant improvements must be interpreted in light of what is clinically important to the dancer, as there is no proof of a biological change.
Following static balance testing, participants completed dynamic stability testing consisting of a jump and single-leg landing on the same force plate and data acquisition software.
In order to perform static balance analysis of the TKA patients with RWS more clearly, we consider that the assessment of the ankle joint (muscle strength, ROM, etc.) is important in these patients.
Thirdly, tetra-ataxiometry evaluates only static balance. However, in daily life most of our tasks require dynamic balance as well.
In our study, AS patients could not maintain their static balance as well as the healthy subjects could while standing on firm base when eyes closed.
For the evaluation of physical fitness, the sit to stand test for 30 min was used to evaluate the lower extremity strength; grip strength was used to evaluate the upper extremity strength; the sit and reach test was used to evaluate the lower body flexibility; the back scratch test was used to evaluate the upper extremity flexibility; the flamingo test with eyes closed was used to evaluate the static balance; the 8-step test was used to evaluate the dynamic balance; and 6MWT was used to evaluate the cardiopulmonary endurance.
Consequently, it is currently unclear to what extent static balance ability and dynamic balance ability among adults are correlated.
First is static balance, followed by mobility balance, the third is putting the exercises into practice.
This was partly due to a more stringent stress test methodology and a tougher adverse scenario that covered again a three-year period and assumed static balance sheets.
Static balance involves the length of time the individual succeeds in stabilising his/ her body trunk in a way that enables one to focus his/her eyes (Rogers, Wardman, Lord & Fitzpatrick, 2001; Slijper & Latash, 2000).
The 2016 assessment is based on a static balance sheet as of the end of this year.