Daily Periodic Rate (DPR)

Daily Periodic Rate (DPR),

Daily Periodic Rate (DPR):

Annual percentage (APR) is expressed according to the daily rate. To find the FERP, divide the ABR by 365.

Literal Meanings of Daily Periodic Rate (DPR)

Daily:

Meanings of Daily:
  1. The daily is published every day except Sunday.

  2. The first copy of the footage was quickly made for the film's producer or editor

  3. Prepared, prepared or prepared every day or every day of the week.

Sentences of Daily
  1. Diary

Synonyms of Daily

retainer, digest, professional organ, gazette, publication, quotidian, every day, attendant, bulletin, done every day, everyday, produced every day, occurring every day, periodical, news-sheet, newsletter, seven days a week, review, day-to-day, magazine

Periodic:

Meanings of Periodic:
  1. Occurs at the moment or at the moment.

  2. It is attached to a periodic table of elements or a diagram of basic chemical properties.

  3. Refers to the narrative era.

Sentences of Periodic
  1. Visiting the father regularly

  2. The weight gain gave Mendeleev, Meyer and others some sort of way to categorize items and show their occasional reveal behavior.

Synonyms of Periodic

seasonal, repeated, cyclic, recurring, recurrent, regular, at fixed intervals, periodical, cyclical

Rate:

Meanings of Rate:
  1. Set a pattern or value for a particular scale (object).

  2. Think of it as a particular quality, standard or area.

  3. A measure, quantity or frequency that is usually measured in relation to another quantity or unit of measure.

  4. Paying a fixed price or charging something for something, especially good or service.

  5. Scolding (someone) in anger

Sentences of Rate
  1. They were asked to assess their abilities in various driving exercises.

  2. This program is considered very successful.

  3. Promotion price

Synonyms of Rate

assess, fare, estimate, charge, judge to be, evaluate, value, figure, put a value on, find to be, measure, weigh up, adjudge, compute, outlay, price, think to be, deem to be, hire, hold to be, gauge, consider to be, cost, appraise, calculate, judge, tariff, reckon to be, amount

Daily Periodic Rate (DPR),

What is The Definition of Daily Periodic Rate (DPR)?

  • Annual Percentage (APR) is expressed as a daily rate. To find the FREP, divide the ABR by 365.

Literal Meanings of Daily Periodic Rate (DPR)

Daily:

Meanings of Daily:
  1. Every day of the week or every day is born, is born or happens.

  2. The newspaper is published every day except Sunday.

  3. A woman who cleans other people's houses every day.

  4. The first cinematic copy was in a hurry.

Sentences of Daily
  1. News of the trial was published in all major newspapers.

  2. As a co-producer you should look at newspapers.

Synonyms of Daily

once a day, diurnally, day after day, per diem, circadian, day by day, diurnal

Periodic:

Meanings of Periodic:
  1. Which appear or occur at intervals.

  2. Compared to a periodic table of elements.

  3. Refers to the period of rhetoric.

Sentences of Periodic
  1. Regular meetings with the father

Synonyms of Periodic

spasmodic, infrequent, sporadic, intermittent, occasional, odd

Rate:

Meanings of Rate:
  1. A measure, quantity or frequency that is usually measured in relation to another quantity or measure.

  2. A fixed price is paid or charged for something.

  3. Set a pattern or value for a specific scale (object).

  4. Think of it as a special standard.

  5. Correct spelling

  6. Soak (linen or linen) in water to soften it.

Sentences of Rate
  1. The island has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.

  2. Minimum hourly rate 40 3.40

  3. They were asked to evaluate their skills in various driving techniques.

  4. Atkinson considers him the best defender in Europe.

  5. Judging this young man for his disrespect.

  6. Cannabis was removed and used as hemp to make clothes.

Synonyms of Rate

toll, categorize, damage, duty, pay, position, count, grade, account, regard, tax, remuneration, rank, mark down as, place, look on, esteem, classify, allowance, levy, payment, class, fee, wage