## Pakistan Development Review, Volume 16, Issues 1-3Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1977 - Pakistan |

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Its objective is to explain the maximum possible

dependent variable , by sequential dichotomous splits of the population under

study . Starting with the whole population , the AID technique splits the

observations ...

Its objective is to explain the maximum possible

**proportion**of variance in thedependent variable , by sequential dichotomous splits of the population under

study . Starting with the whole population , the AID technique splits the

observations ...

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where PN is the

years . The values of ... These weights are applied to reported

orphaned , to estimate the life table survivorship probabilities of the actual

population .

where PN is the

**proportion**of mothers surviving for the age group of length 5years . The values of ... These weights are applied to reported

**proportions**notorphaned , to estimate the life table survivorship probabilities of the actual

population .

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The probability of surviving from exact age t to exact age ota is 1 ( 1 + a ) / 16 ) ,

so the

a " years of marriage is : B A ( t ) f ( t ) 1 ( 1 + a ) . dt / lo p ( a ) B A ( t ) f ( t ) . dt In a

...

The probability of surviving from exact age t to exact age ota is 1 ( 1 + a ) / 16 ) ,

so the

**proportion**of women who are involved in marriage and not widowed after "a " years of marriage is : B A ( t ) f ( t ) 1 ( 1 + a ) . dt / lo p ( a ) B A ( t ) f ( t ) . dt In a

...

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### Contents

Table | 13 |

A Simple Optimisation Model for Cotton Processing Activities | 17 |

An Urban Poverty Line Estimate | 49 |

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