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true valueDefinition The price a consumer will pay for a product.

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true valueThe real or perfectly accurate value that would be obtained by measuring 100% of all available samples using a measurement process with no random or systematic (bias) variations at all. The true value is, therefore, a theoretical value because all measurement processes have some variations regardless of how small. Accuracy is used to state how clos [..]

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true value synonymous with the preferred term "market value" trust 

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true valueThe actual population value that would be obtained with perfect measuring instruments and without committing any error of any type, both in collecting the primary data and in carrying out mathematical [..]

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true valueThe real or perfectly accurate value that would be obtained by measuring 100% of all available samples using a measurement process with no random or systematic (bias) variations at all. The true value is, therefore, a theoretical value because all measurement processes have some variations regardless of how small. Accuracy is used to state how clos [..]

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true valueAverage value of the infinite number of measurements, when the average deviation tends to become zero.

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true valueThe True Value Company is an American wholesaler with over 4,500 independent retail locations worldwide.A number of different retail identities are supported by True Value Company, including True Valu [..]

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true value1 : fair market value called also true cash value 2 : the depreciated book value of personal property for purposes of taxation of such property used in business

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true valueA value that you get for completing a place value chart.

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