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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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What Factor Allocator lets you see is how true that really is, and what the implications of that seemingly simple statement really are to your portfolio.
Lot 6 - Factor IX clotting plasma of 500 IU or 600 IU / fl.
Through factor analysis, previous research has indicated that a single latent construct accounts for the majority of the variance in students' night-sky watching attitudes, interests, and self-reported behaviors (Kelly, 2003; Kelly & Kelly, 2003).
Imposing a 25% full floor Loss Factor on an inefficient floor plate translates into asking a tenant to pay rent for a lot of inefficient square feet.
There is confirmatory factor analytic evidence to support the structure of these subscales, as well as predictive validity evidence (see Pintrich et al.
Because use of a higher-weighted sales factor generally provides tax relief for in-state corporations, most states accord more weight to the sales factor than to the other factors.
However, of the 1,300 elderly people examined in that study, 29 percent had a risky version of the factor H gene but didn't have macular degeneration.
A recent meta-analysis on environmental risk factor and PD was performed using a large number of studies (16 studies for living in rural area, 18 studies for well water drinking, 11 studies for farming and 14 studies for pesticides) (Priyadarshi et al.
The cumulative probability of conceiving within a year decreased steadily from 93% among couples with one negative lifestyle factor to 38% among those with four or more.
The form factor question has become all the more compelling as a new class of cost-conscious FC users emerges, namely small and medium business (SMBs).
This study examined the organizational factors that contribute to workers' frustration with their work situation.
The one factor that supported the taxpayers' contention the Wisconsin home was their principal residence was its size.
Danilenko et al investigated recombinant epidermal growth factor, keratinocyte growth factor, platelet-derived growth factor-BB, and neu differentiation factor.
The importance of the risk factors becomes clearer when considering their impact on retention: "According to a study of persistence in postsecondary education, 64 percent of beginning students with one risk factor persisted in their postsecondary program or completed a degree within 5 years, compared with 43 percent of those with three or more risk factors.