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something that is likely to vary

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a star that varies noticeably in brightness

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a symbol (like x or y) that is used in mathematical or logical expressions to represent a variable quantity

liable to or capable of change

marked by diversity or difference

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(used of a device) designed so that a property (as e.g. light) can be varied

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H1: There is a significant difference between the different parts of the service in the control variable.
LEVERAGEAGE: financial leverage as control variable (ratio of total liabilities to assets)
In Panel B, we repeat the analysis in Panel A, but we measure the control variables in changes between year t and year t-1 instead of in levels at year t.
To address the third criterion, I include in the regressions important control variables that influence firm value.
This is extremely important because the inputs defined here become the control variables used later in the analysis of the lender's loan process.
Accounting data for these firms' control variables were obtained from Standard and Poor's COMPUSTAT industrial and business segment tapes.
I therefore conclude that the debt-service ratio adds at least some predictive power to the control variables in explaining the growth of total consumer spending, as well as the growth of spending on durable goods and services, but is of less help in explaining growth of spending on nondurable goods.
Three measures of the knowledge component, three measures of the motivational component, and control variables (gender, age, church attendance, grade average, living arrangement, father's education, and mother's education) were regressed on behavioural skills.
The problem with developing the control variables in the pooled intervention and control populations is that the model will be confounded by the intervention itself.
Finally, examination of the basic bivariate relationship in the context of theoretically pertinent control variables is presented.
The DPC is a 32-bit RISC microprocessor-based unit that offers a range of programmable welding control variables, such as pulse-width modulation, linear-ramp soft start, and "AutoTrac" tuning.
The meter feeding of ingredients is necessary to maintain the formulation recipe and is one of the process control variables used to control the shear stress as mentioned earlier.
Defining appropriate control variables and solutions that can perform in worst case, clinically relevant scenarios is essential to making medical devices safe for use with MRI.
Equity, real losses, losses anticipation, variations coefficient of sales, standard deviation of reported forecasts, ration of irrelevant profit to sales and profit changes over to the previous period are as the control variables.
We identify valid instrumental variables while including control variables that have been proven in the previous literature to impact underpricing and spreads.