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yield
used in Freakonomics

3 uses
  • The typical gun buyback program yields fewer than 1,000 guns—which translates into an expectation of less than one-tenth of one homicide per buyback.
    p. 132.9
  • On the sale of a $300,000 house, a typical 6 percent agent fee yields $18,000.
    p. 5.4
  • Smart people have been asking questions for quite a few centuries now, so many of the questions that haven't been asked are bound to yield uninteresting answers.
    p. 85.7

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