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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

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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Job growth varies from one region to another, depending on local factors and trends.
For most ordinary people on the home front, separated by thousands of miles from the battlefields of Europe, the experience of war was largely mediated by local factors.
Specific topics include Bessel functions, asymptotics for sums of twisted L functions and applications, non-tempered Arthur packets of G2, construction of CAP representations for symplectic groups using the descent methods, the first occurrence in the local theta correspondence, local factors of representations of classical groups, and a treatment of stability for elliptical representations in the case of unitary groups (the last paper is in French).
Connecting the dots between wetlands that are far apart is a tricky business, given the extraordinary complexity of the ecosystems and the fact that each faces unique local factors.
Local factors matter far more in each Arab country.
20) is any attention to how local factors may have shaped missionary goals and theory.
The minister was told that a regional pool of researchers was keen to try to identify local factors behind the differences.
Many local factors drive market share, however, and this argument cannot stand alone in developing the business case for patient safety.
The maps from our study indicate considerable variation even to the district level of analysis, which suggests important local factors may be at work in determining rates of transmission.
The mechanisms by which estrogen regulates bone turnover are still not well understood, although studies in animals suggest that estrogen acts by altering either the production or activity of local factors that regulate osteoclast and osteoclast precursors (9,11).
Its products are accountancy packages for small enterprises, with a special edition for each different country to take into account local factors such as goods and services taxes.
The scientists now are trying to determine whether human neural stem cells are biologically similar to those of the mice and also differentiate in response to local factors.
Most "common" lands were, in fact, extremely complex property arrangements, in which different families' use rights were based on a multitude of local factors.
Oil companies claim distribution costs and local factors influence pricing.
But this formula- driven approach doesn't allow us to look at the current environment or consider local factors, such as demographics and labor costs, or differences in priorities from state to state or at the community level.