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Synonyms for factor

Synonyms for factor

one of the individual entities contributing to a whole

one of the conditions or facts attending an event and having some bearing on it

Synonyms for factor

one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer

any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together

an independent variable in statistics

be a contributing factor

consider as relevant when making a decision

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In the combined model run, average salinity was the most important environmental factor contributing 67% to the model predictions.
Zhang Hongli, the project leader and ICBC Vice President, the stress testing of environmental factor applied by commercial banks for quantitative estimation of the impact of environmental factor on the banks credit risk can effectively enhance the banks capability of controlling and preventing environmental risk, provide a basis to measure the environmental risk factor for pricing of credit products, assist the banks in rationally arranging credit and investment portfolios, and positively promote the adjustment of credit and investment structure.
Among chemical environmental factors only tobacco smoke can be considered largest air born chemical factor which seriously threatening the people's health.
Because all three environmental factor interactions were not found to be significant, we can only say that Hypotheses 3a and 3b were partially supported.
This new database was released with the latest issue of two other Environmental Factor databases: Environmental Factor CERCLA and Environmental Factor RCRIS.
That only one twin is affected by ASD in some identical twin pairs suggests that environmental factors may play a role either independently or in interaction with autism risk genes.
They had suspected that environmental factors such as infections might be responsible for the increase and carried out the current study to look for evidence for their theory.
He speculates that environmental factors trigger the disorder in children in whom 5 to 15 genes have created an underlying susceptibility.
Endotoxin: Is it an environmental factor in the cause of Parkinson's disease?
The new study "will boost research to find environmental factors that might actually be causing diabetes," Lernmark says.
The declining incidence and increasing age at onset of ALS and parkinsonism-dementia complex among the Chamorros over the past 50 years together with the decreasing prevalence of ALS over the same time in high-incidence areas of Japan and Indonesia suggests the disappearance of an environmental factor unique to these population groups (Kurland and Mulder 1954; Plato et al.
The dramatic increases in testicular cancer incidence for young men over time suggest that an environmental factor that has also increased over time might be responsible," write Eric J.
Environmental factors and physical stress on hair, such as overly aggressive combing, can contribute to hair loss in men, according to a survey of dermatologists conducted for Unilever USA Inc.
Dr Sajjad said blood pressure was a genetic problem which could be caused due to unchanged non-environmental factors and changeable environmental factors such as diet, lifestyle etc etc .
Modifiable environmental factors such as street lighting and illuminated pedestrian crossing signs may help deter homicide among young people, according to a study published in March in JAMA Pediatrics.
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