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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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Based on the results, the correction factor, C, to account for heat loss from the width and length of a building, is approximated as follows:
Tables 3 and 4 contain the capacity and COP correction factor coefficients, respectively, for the generalized mapping described in this study.
The various reports referenced above indicate a correction factor no smaller than 0.
In summary, the SATS would propose that a correction factor of 0.
3) No otolith length or otolith loss correction factor was available; these estimates should be treated with caution.
To determine stress on each instant is applied a correction factor called Bulge Correction Factor, C, to the average stress achieved in the axial mid-plane of the specimen deformed.
We state some results and conjectures about the weighted correction factors.
That probability can be expressed as a scalar, or correction factor for visibility bias, which is then multiplied by the number of moose observed to obtain a more accurate population estimate than an uncorrected count (Steinhorst and Samuel 1989).
Now enter a correction factor for each TD so that the phantom TD numbers match your old Loran-C numbers.
This correction factor is determined using the modified Wilson plot technique.
Given that the IFCC is planning an international study to verify the analytical performance of the FLC assay, investigations to find the exact correction factor are of interest.
Morgan, however, insists that a correction factor applied showed that not only was risk of meningioma found for every year of cell phone use, a person's risk of meningioma increases by 24 per cent.
Predictably, smaller correction factor holds the offset value at a much tighter range.