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A quantitative prediction is a prediction of a specific quantity of something, for example, if I say it is going to rain tomorrow that is not quantitative, but if I say there will be an inch of rain falling tomorrow, that is quantitative. If I say the stock market will be up tomorrow, that is not quantitative, but if I say the Stock Market will be up by 50 points tomorrow, that is quantitative.

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โˆ™ 2012-11-13 15:00:46

Evaluating likelihood of job success on basis of predetermined numerical decision rule.

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