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

something that remunerates

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

determine the price of

the high value or worth of something