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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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The values that are picked for the correction factor have a direct impact over the total number of centroid updates that are performed by the algorithm, and this affects each of the centroids.
We then calculated the corrected number of deaths among individuals aged one year or more per municipality by multiplying the mean number of deaths reported to SIM in the period 2011-2013 by the correction factor [CF.
e] as explanatory variables, and multiple regression analysis was carried out for each of the four conditions; therefore, it is expected that the correction factor was calculated accurately and that the transient correction was performed with high accuracy.
We divided the number of scats detected on each road type and in each position during a survey, by the persistence-rate correction factor (transect and survey specific); within a survey, these values were then summed to obtain the corrected survey-specific number of scats per species.
There is as yet no published USM wet gas correction factor.
a, in, max], the airflow correction factor coefficients [X.
The correction factor as a function of relative humidity, for temperatures of 21[degrees]C and 24[degrees]C and for pressures of 98.
While it supports the ETS, Eurometaux notes that the non-ferrous sector will be particularly affected by application of the cross-sectoral correction factor.
It was suggested that the European Community for Steel and Coal (ECSC) prediction equations, derived from the study of Europeans, should be used as a norm, and that the use of a correction factor for adjusting predicted values that was sometimes applied in the past be discouraged.
This anomaly between experiment and theory can lead to serious errors in engineering analysis and design unless a correction factor is experimentally validated.
To reduce the effect of friction on the test has been applied the Bulge Correction Factor Method (BCFM) (Fereshteh-Saniee & Fatehi-Sichani, 2006).
6 For a k-irreducible partition [sigma], the weighted correction factor is 1 if and only if [sigma] splits into [[sigma].
i,] number of individuals in the sample) was calculated by applying a species-specific (or closest proxy) correction factor to account for otolith loss during digestion.
It would seem the introduction of a CCT correction factor is a bid to maintain a flawed instrument and that the correction factor itself is flawed.