the property of having material worth (often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold)

the relative magnitudes of two quantities (usually expressed as a quotient)

- I.Q.,
- output-to-input ratio,
- mechanical advantage,
- cephalic index,
- prevalence,
- relative humidity,
- signal/noise ratio,
- stop number,
- S/N,
- fuel consumption rate,
- price-to-earnings ratio,
- frequency,
- factor of safety,
- speed,
- albedo,
- breadth index,
- loading,
- quotient,
- index of refraction,
- turnover rate,
- profit margin,
- signal-to-noise,
- IQ,
- magnification,
- signal/noise,
- relative frequency,
- f number,
- stoichiometry,
- mileage,
- reflective power,
- magnitude relation,
- Mach number,
- cranial index,
- quantitative relation,
- hematocrit,
- load factor,
- efficiency,
- packed cell volume,
- proportionality,
- order of magnitude,
- eccentricity,
- productivity,
- betting odds,
- signal-to-noise ratio,
- abundance,
- employee turnover,
- time constant,
- haematocrit,
- P/E ratio,
- safety factor,
- gross margin,
- focal ratio,
- average,
- margin of profit,
- intelligence quotient,
- gasoline mileage,
- odds,
- magnitude,
- respiratory quotient,
- gas mileage,
- aspect ratio,
- loss ratio,
- refractive index,
- facial index,
- turnover

the amount of money needed to purchase something

the excess of revenues over outlays in a given period of time (including depreciation and other non-cash expenses)

determine the price of

something that remunerates

value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something

- cost,
- death toll,
- value,
- toll

a monetary reward for helping to catch a criminal