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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

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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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However, the running conditions at which the EGR correction factor was determined are unclear.
To adjust for this bias, we determined correction factors for each season based on a technique developed by the WSU Habitat and Nutrition Lab (B.
The correction factor [C.sub.6] was introduced for consideration of tolerances in the engaged thread (female and male thread), Figure 14.
Mass correction factor was applied to minimize the error associated with the evaporative mass losses during the course of electrolysis.
For these reasons, the emission correction factors of gasoline vehicle considering regional differences are conducive not only to a more accurate and real local vehicles emission condition, but also to a more realistic emission inventory.
The dependency between the number of centroid updates performed over the four centroids by the centroid update algorithm in some of the cycles of the k-means algorithm and the correction factor [a.sub.1] = [a.sub.2] [member of] {0, 0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5} (the correction factor equals zero, [a.sub.1] = [a.sub.2] = 0, in the case when the classical k-means algorithm is used) is presented in Fig.
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.sub.1a+].
Mean squared errors and correction factors were calculated and modeled for each model to find an optimal correction factor and from 0.450 to 0.600 in steps of 0.001 separately for thyroid volume estimation.
When the oblique crack angle [theta] = 90[degrees], the oblique crack is transformed into the transverse crack, and the empirical formula of the geometric correction factor is given by [22]:
The texture analysis is influenced by the correction factor at each Ps angle, which is dependent on the 2th position and width or size of the receiving slit and collimator.
The channel broadcasts on the following frequencies: Hot Bird, horizontal frequency (12654), encoding rate 29900 , correction factor (6/5), on the broadcast system "SD"; Arabsat, horizontal frequency (12149), encoding rate 27500, correction factor (6/5) on broadcast system "HD", vertical on frequency (12054), encoding rate 27,500 , correction factor (4/3) on broadcast system "SD"; Nilesat, horizontal frequency (12149), encoding rate 27500, correction factor (4/3) on broadcast system "SD", vertical (12284), encoding rate 27500, correction factor (6/5) on broadcast system "HD"; and Yahsat horizontal (11938), encoding rate 27500, correction factor (6/5) on broadcast system SD.
The proportion of scats persisting through a discrete time period can be used to determine a persistence-rate correction factor (Brodie 2006).
ISO TR 11583 (1) and ISO TR 12748 (2) show an orifice meter wet gas flow correction factor. This correction factor effectively says:
Some PFT laboratories apply a 'correction factor' to Caucasian-derived predicted values to make them appropriate for other races (0.85 to 0.88 for African-Americans).
"The WHO says there is a correction factor of 2.5, so maybe it is 2.5 times higher and maybe that is not far from the truth.