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cumulative percentage = (cumulative frequency ÷ n) x 100
No, cumulative is not a compound word.
Cumulative shares are when the shares are combined and then evenly distributed to the share holders. Non cumulative preference shares are when they go to certain people first.
Given a frequency table,the first cumulative frequency is the same as the first frequency;the second cumulative frequency is the sum of the first cumulative frequency and the second [ordinary] frequency;the third cumulative frequency is the sum of the second cumulative frequency and the third [ordinary] frequency;and so on.An alternative definition is that the cumulative frequency for any value is the sum of all the frequencies less than or equal to that value.
Cumulative risks are risks that increase with each added risk.
His enrollment papers and report cards are in his cumulative folder. Exposure to secondhand smoke has a cumulative effect on the lungs.
Cumulative is the correct spelling.It is an adjective, and means: "increasing or increased in quantity, degree, or force by successive additions: the cumulative effect of two years of drought."
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the poem can effect the reader
the answer is related risks that increase in effect with each added risk.
the reader uses thing such as drugs to put a sad face onto the reader
I don't know whether you have been set this as a task or whether you are simply asking out of curiosity. Trying to express yourself without prepositions is in the highest degree confusing and irritating for the reader or listener. If you keep on repeating the nouns it makes the text almost incomprehensible. Consider these sentences: # After Jane Doe had entered her room, she sat at her desk and continued writing her journal. # *After Jane Doe had entered Jane Doe's room, Jane Doe sat at Jane Doe's desk and continued writing Jane Doe's journal. #2 has the reader wondering how many Jane Does are involved!
repeatedly, to introduce each grievance or indictment, creating a powerful cumulative effect.