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analyze (verb) Examine methodically and in detail the constitution or structure of (something, esp. information), typically for purposes of explanation
approach (verb) Come near or nearer to (noun) A way of dealing with something
area (noun) A region of space or surface; a field of study
assess (verb) Evaluate or estimate the nature, ability, quality, or worth of
assume (verb) Suppose to be the case, without proof; take or begin to have (power or responsibility)
authority (noun) The power to issue judgment or rulings; persons in whom this power is vested
available (adj) suitable or ready for use
benefit (noun) an advantage; a payment or gift (verb) to give an advantage or help
concept (noun) an idea
consistent (adj) agreeing, compatible; constantly adhering to the same principles, course, form, etc.
constitute (verb) to form or establish
context (noun) situation, environment
contract (noun) legal agreement (verb) draw together; acquire [a disease, etc]; enter into an agreement
create (verb) make
data (noun) facts, statistics
define (verb) give the meaning of; show the boundaries of
derive (verb) obtain from a source of origin; logically deduce
distribute (verb) divide into shares or over a particular space or area
economy (noun) the part of culture concerned with manufacture, work, commerce, and trade; a savings or act of thrift
environment (noun) the surrounding area or circumstances
establish (verb) start something or cause it to become long-term or permanent once started
estimate (noun) a general guess about an amount, a measurement, etc. (verb) to make such a guess
evident (adj) obvious
export (noun) something sent out of a country into another (verb) the act of sending something from one country into another
factor (noun) a contributing element (verb)include something as an element of planning or thinking about a subject
finance (noun) the management of money (verb) offer money to back a project or person
formula (noun) the recipe or the usual, fixed way of accomplishing something
function (noun) use or purpose (verb) work properly
identify (verb) to name, recognize, or point out one among others
income (noun) money coming in to a household, business, etc.
indicate (verb) point out; be a sign of; say or express
individual (noun) one distinct person, example, item, etc.
interpret (verb) explain the meaning of
involve (verb) include, employ
issue (noun) a point in question or being considered; something that is sent out or put forward
labor (noun) as a group, people who work for others, especially those who work in industry (verb) work hard
legal (adj) in accordance with the law, having to do with the law
legislate (verb) pass into law
major (noun) in college, a student's main field of study (adj) the greater part; important
method (noun) way of getting something done
occur (verb) happen; come to mind
percent (noun) a hundredth part
period (noun) a defined span of time
policy (noun) rule; course of action; agreement for insurance coverage
principle (noun) general rule; the amount of money loaned or owed before interest is considered
proceed (verb) go forward
process (noun) step-by-step method of getting something done (verb) perform a series of operations on something
require (verb) need; demand
research (noun) information obtained through investigation (verb) conduct an investigation seeking facts
respond (verb) answer
role (noun) part played by someone or something in a larger action
section (noun) a part (verb) divide into parts
sector (noun) a defined part of something
significant (adj) important; meaningful
similar (adj) close to the same; bearing a resemblance
source (noun) the origin of something (verb) to choose the place where something will be obtained
specific (adj) exact in detail; relating to an individual
structure (noun) something constructed; the organized system creating a construction (verb) construct according to an organized system
theory (noun) a proposed explanation
vary (verb) change over time or from individual to individual
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