In computing, the modulo operation, sometimes also called "remainder" or "rest", gives the remainder from a division. It finds the remainder of division of one number by another.
In general, when talking about arithmetic operations, we recognize the following operations:
The Cash Ratio (CaR) or Cash Asset Ratio (CAR) is a method or a formula for capturing the liquidity of a company by comparing company's cash reserves and liabilities.
The delta of an option or simply the option delta is the sensitivity of an option price relative to changes in the price of the underlying asset. It is represented as the price change given a 1 point move in the underlying asset and is usually displayed as a decimal value.
Retun On Assets (or ROA for short) is an indicator informing the user about how profitable a company is relative to its total assets. It tells the user how effective a business has been at putting its assets to work.
Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician born in the 12th century. He is known to have discovered the "Fibonacci numbers," which are a sequence of numbers where each successive number is the sum of the two previous numbers.
MS-DOS stands in short for MicroSoft Disk Operating System and is an operating system made available to the wide general public by Microsoft.
The Microsoft .NET Framework is a software component that can be added to or is usually included with the later versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system. Windows XP SP2, Windows Server 2003, and Windows Vista come with .NET built in. The .NET Framework is a fundamental Microsoft component and is intended to be used by most new applications created for the Windows platform.
Capital Adequacy Ratio (CAR) is a ratio that regulators in the banking system use to watch bank's health, specifically bank's capital to its risk. Regulators in the banking system track a bank's CAR to ensure that it can absorb a reasonable amount of loss.
The Current Ratio (CUR) is a model or a method used to measure the liquidity of a company by comparing all current assets to all current liabilities.
The Quick Ratio (QUR) is a model or a method used for measuring the liquidity of a company by calculating the ratio between all assets quickly convertible into cash and all current liabilities.