growth rate n.
Absolute or relative growth increase, expressed in units of time.
The ultra-Orthodox student population is the fastest growing in Israel, with an average annual growth rate of 5.7 percent.
By comparison, the secular education system showed an annual growth rate of 0.1 percent.
That cut 25 basis points off the growth rate in the quarter.
Singles now number more than 31 million, up from 27 million in 2000—a growth rate nearly twice that of the overall population.
Others pointed out that when Groupon cut back on its advertising spending, its growth rate also slowed down.
No data on the growth rate of M. ochrogaster were found in the literature.
The increase represents an annual growth rate of 6.3 percent.
I next applied the more intense stimulus caused by a longitudinal cut This caused a depression of growth rate to 0.04 per second.
My study failed to reveal any secondary sexual difference in growth rate and maximum size.
The projection is based on a growth rate of less than that of the 1970-71 period.