Dilution Ratio definition

Dilution Ratio means, at any date, the amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to (a) the aggregate amount of the applicable Dilution Factors for the twelve (12) most recently ended fiscal months divided by (b) total gross sales for the twelve (12) most recently ended fiscal months.
Dilution Ratio means the ratio (expressed as a percentage and rounded to the nearest 1/100th of 1%, with 5/1000th of 1% rounded upward), computed as of the last day of each calendar month by dividing: (a) the aggregate amount of payments made or owed by the Seller pursuant to Section 1.4(e)(i) of this Agreement during such calendar month by (b) the aggregate credit sales made by all the Originators during the calendar month that is one month prior to such calendar month.
Dilution Ratio means, as of any Cut-Off Date, a ratio (expressed as a percentage), computed by dividing (i) the total amount of decreases in Outstanding Balances due to Dilutions during the Calculation Period ending on such Cut-Off Date, by (ii) the aggregate sales generated by the Originators during the Calculation Period prior to the Calculation Period ending on such Cut-Off Date.

Examples of Dilution Ratio in a sentence

Dilution Ratio is the critical low flow of the upstream receiving water divided by the flow of the effluent discharged.

Yes 4 2 Section 2: Water Quality BenefitsThis section assigns points to projects providing an environmental benefit to a receiving stream.Total Points Earned Dilution Ratio Points (DRP): (7-day Q10 of receiving stream in cfs / (design flow in mgd) x (1.55 cfs/mgd)).

The definitions of "Dilution Horizon" and "Dilution Ratio" are amended by replacing "Dilution Adjustment" in each place where it appears with "Variable Dilution Adjustment".

Dilution Ratio Points (DRP): (7-day Q10 of receiving stream in cfs / (design flow in mgd) x (1.55 cfs/mgd)).

By way of example, the "ADR" referred to in the definition of Dilution Reserve Ratio shall be calculated for purposes of periods prior to the Closing Date even though the definition of Dilution Ratio refers to a calculation in a Monthly Report.


More Definitions of Dilution Ratio

Dilution Ratio means, for any Fiscal Month, the greater of (i) 0.50% and (ii) the ratio (expressed as a percentage and rounded to the nearest 1/100th of 1%, with 5/1000th of 1% rounded upward), computed as of the last day of each Fiscal Month by dividing: (a) the aggregate amount of Deemed Collections during such Fiscal Month (other than any Deemed Collections with respect to any Receivables that were both (I) generated by an Originator during such Fiscal Month and (II) written off the applicable Originator’s or the Borrower’s books as uncollectible during such Fiscal Month), by (b) the aggregate initial Outstanding Balance of all Pool Receivables generated by the Originators during the Fiscal Month that is one month prior to such Fiscal Month.
Dilution Ratio means, at any date, the amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to (a) the aggregate amount of the applicable Dilution Factors for the 12 most recently ended fiscal months divided by (b) total gross sales of the applicable Loan Parties for the 12 most recently ended fiscal months.
Dilution Ratio means, as of any Cut-Off Date, a ratio (expressed as a percentage), computed by dividing (a) the total amount of decreases in outstanding principal balances due to Dilution during the month ending on such Cut-Off Date, by (b) the aggregate sales generated by the Originators during the month ending two months prior to such Cut-Off Date.
Dilution Ratio means, as of any date of determination, the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of:
Dilution Ratio means, at any date, as to the Accounts owned by any Person, the amount (expressed as a percentage) that is the result of dividing (a) the Dollar Equivalent of the applicable Dilution Factors for the twelve most recently ended fiscal months with respect to such Person’s Accounts, by (b) the Dollar Equivalent of such Person’s total gross sales with respect to their Accounts for the twelve most recently ended fiscal months.
Dilution Ratio means, with respect to any Settlement Period, a fraction (expressed as a percentage), (a) the numerator of which is the aggregate amount of all Dilutions in respect of Pool Receivables which occurred during such Settlement Period and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate initial Unpaid Balance of all Pool Receivables which were originated by the Originators during such Settlement Period.
Dilution Ratio means, with respect to any calendar month, the greater of (a) the ratio (expressed as a percentage) computed as of the last day of such calendar month by dividing (i) the aggregate amount of any reductions to or cancellations of the respective Outstanding Balances of the Receivables as a result of any defective, rejected or returned merchandise or services and all credits, rebates, discounts, disputes, warranty claims, repossessed or returned goods, chargebacks, allowances and any other billing and other adjustment (whether effected through the granting of credits against the applicable Receivables or by the issuance of a check or other payment in respect of (and as payment for) such reduction) by the Seller, the Transferor or the Collection Agent, provided to Obligors in respect of Receivables during such month, excluding (w) any Pre-Arranged Contractual Adjustment reflected in the initial Outstanding Balance of the applicable Receivable, (x) volume rebates paid in cash by the Dialysis Products Division and (y) credit memos for future purchases (it being understood and agreed that any Receivables arising from such purchases will have an initial Outstanding Balance that reflects such credit memos) by (ii) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Receivables which arose during the preceding month and (b) 6.0%.