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Some of the richest and poorest U.S. presidents (top row from left): James Madison, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson (AP Photo), Zachary Taylor. (Bottom row, from left) Abraham Lincoln, William McKinley, Harry Truman and George Washington.

No one knows for sure how much Donald Trump is worth, but if the New York businessman ends up winning the 2016 president election, we do know he’d be the country’s richest president ever.

Trump is believed to have inherited $40 million when his father died in 1974. Bloomberg News estimates the GOP candidate is now worth $2.9 billion. Trump claims he’s much richer than that, however, because he believes his name alone is worth $3 billion.

Hillary Clinton, the leading Democratic candidate, isn’t a billionaire, but she is a wealthy woman. In 2014, the former secretary of state’s book advance was estimated to be in the $14 million range. Along with her husband, former President Bill Clinton, her net worth is estimated by Womens Ace OpenToe Sandals Lotus Discount Codes Really Cheap Y3khy5LyVM
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Looking back at all of America’s leaders, the nation’s first president, George Washington, was also the richest. He’d be worth $525 million in today’s dollars, according to a recent Buy Cheap Buy Sneakers for Women On Sale in Outlet White Leather 2017 45 55 75 Dsquared2 Cheap Choice Original Cheap Online RmxJo9
. President Barack Obama wasn’t born rich, but he’s worth about $5 million , most of that income coming from book royalties.

But not all U.S. leaders are wealthy men. President Harry S. Truman may have been the poorest of all U.S. presidents. He was worth less $1 million in today’s dollars.

5 Richest U.S. Presidents

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George Washington (1789-1797) 1st president Net worth: $525 million

George Washington (1789-1797) 1st president Net worth: $525 million

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Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) 3rd president Net worth: $212 million

Thomas Jefferson (1801-1809) 3rd president Net worth: $212 million

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Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) 26th President Net worth:$125 million

Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) 26th President 26th President Net worth:$125 million

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Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) 7th President Net worth: $119 million

Andrew Jackson (1829-1837) 7th President Net worth: $119 million

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James Madison (1809-1817) 4th President Net worth: $101 million

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What are the Attention-to-Attendance and Attention-to-Duration ratios?

How is attention to duration measured?

What is the Attention-to-Attendance ratio?

What report do I run to get the attendee attention information?

How do I pull a report on attentiveness?

What is the Attention to Attendance Ratio?

Solution:

In Training Center and Event Center, you may generate reports to obtain data about individual attentiveness. The Live Training Usage Report (Training Center) and Attendance Report (Event Center) contains this information for each attendee.

Attention is defined as the Training Center / Event Center client being in-focus on the attendee's computer. If focus is changed to another application, either by the attendee clicking on another application or if focus is 'stolen' by another application (i.e. an instant messaging application, meeting reminder, or other pop-up), the time spent with the focus on that application is tracked as inattentive.

Attention-to-Attendance is based on the attentiveness of the attendee based on their individual time in the session. If the duration of a session is 60 minutes, an attendee joins the session for 40 minutes but is attentive for 20, their attention ratio would be 50%.

Attention-to-Attendance

Attention-to-Duration is based on the attentiveness of the attendee based on the session duration. If the duration of a session is 60 minutes, an attendee joins the session for 40 minutes but is attentive for 20, their attention ratio would be 33%.

Attention-to-Duration

Follow the steps below to pull a report on Attentiveness:

My WebEx My Reports Attendance Report Live Training Usage Report

Note : To check the overall Attentiveness during a session, select the icon on the toolbar in the Participant Panel.

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