DIVPDivision of Injury & Violence Prevention (Virginia Department of Health)
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Indeed, the latter equality holds if and only if [PI][y][[DELTA].sub.n][y] = divP is a total divergence for a certain differential function P = P[y].
For dividend payout (DIVP), there is a drop of 2.97 percentage points in the mean change, but an increase in the median change (although the test statistic for the former is insignificant).
Notice that a simultaneous increase in DIVS and decrease in DIVP need not be conflicting results.
Moreover, it exists a vector p with divp = L(t, 0,0).