annualized
adjectivean annualized amount uses a number for a period of less than a year to produce a calculation for the whole year
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an annualized amount uses a number for a period of less than a year to produce a calculation for the whole year
maths calculated by adding a group of numbers together and dividing the total by the amount of numbers
an even number can be divided exactly by two. For example 2, 4, and 6 are even numbers.
maths calculated by adding several numbers together and dividing the total by the original number of things you added together
an odd number is a whole number that cannot be divided exactly by two, for example 1, 3, 5, 7 etc

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