- educational quotient.
- emotional quotient.
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Examples from the Web for eq
During pregnancy, then, CP could not be considered a separate legal entity from EQ.Court Says Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Isn’t a Crime
December 9, 2014
And, perhaps, smartest of all when the sitting president is frequently slammed as a chilly elitist with the EQ of Mr. Spock.Obama Campaign Unleashes Joe Biden in Battle for Blue-Collar Voters
March 16, 2012
Even experts argue over whether IQ, EQ, executive function, and/or academic achievement matters most.15 Signs You'll Raise a Genius
October 24, 2011
Eq′uitant, riding: straddling, overlapping; Equiv′orous, eating horse-flesh.
Let ω be the area of the orifice, then the discharge per second must be, from eq.
The other view of the question is, that F turns once backward in its bearings during each forward revolution of T; whence in Eq.
The general course of these fluctuations is quite faithfully represented by the law of eq.Astronomical Discovery
Herbert Hall Turner
- emotional quotient, a (notional) measure of a person's adequacy in such areas as self-awareness, empathy, and dealing sensitively with other people
- equalization, the electronic balancing of sound frequencies on audio recording equipment or hi-fi to reduce distortion or achieve a specific effect
(sense 1) late C20: by analogy with IQ
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