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Synonyms for variable

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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Because of the risk involved and the time needed to mitigate that risk, Raiford does not recommend a variable universal policy for those aged 60 and older.
DEPENDENT VARIABLE: Factor that responds to a change in the independent variable; also called responding variable.
We designed our study to focus on this specific measurement because of highly reliable results in the animal literature showing that certain phthalates reduce AGD (and AGI) in rodents and because, as continuous variables, AGD and AGI would not require a large sample size to demonstrate this relationship, if it existed.
Variable annuities require a careful analysis of fees versus the potential benefits.
TIAA-CREF also had the assurances of college and university leaders that they would accept use of stocks in pension plans and would amend those plans so participants could invest in variable annuities.
Similarly, variable liabilities include accounts payable and any expenses accrued but not paid.
For example, if you had a data set of 100 cases and the results of one variable showed that 5 cases had missing data while 90% of the remaining respondents answered with a similar response, then the missing data could not influence the overall analysis significantly and ignoring it would be appropriate.
Standardized regression coefficients for numbers of academic hours of inclusion and each continuous independent variable (i.
Intrinsic interest in the field was the most frequently chosen variable influencing career choice goals among Caucasians (31%).
Satisfiability problems (see box) that involve expressions with only two variables in each clause (termed 2-SAT) can be solved in what is called polynomial time.
Additionally, the foundry is now conducting a designed experiment to determine which variable is the most important and which variable could be used to increase or decrease metal and casting quality.
As a result, variable life often yields better returns than these other types of policies.
higher scores on one variable are associated with higher scores on the other variable).
Instead of observing every value of a variable, one simply gathers representative sample data and formulates inferences or decisions on the population as a whole and, ultimately, the degree of relationship that exists between cerlain variables.
com), the leading provider of variable data and Web-to-print software for personalized marketing, announced today that it is the first PPML producer to be awarded certification by the Print On Demand Initiative (PODi).