factor group

factor group

[′fak·tər ‚grüp]
(mathematics)
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The cement factor group is in the habit to violate the country laws while hiking the prices of the cement bags I the country which is main products used in the housing sector.
A week later, Ice Factor Group , the independent owner of Snow Factor Braehead and Ice Factor Kinlochleven, both in Scotland, was been chosen by Cool Runnings (NE) Ltd as the operator of the new snow centre.
and smile Robbie is in LA with his X Factor group to film the Judges' Houses episode at his home, with David Walliams a guest judge.
A new marketing manager has been appointed at Ice Factor Group.
The last group to be treated is the physical factor group which has "impact forces" as its most significant cause of concrete defects with an RII value = 0.741 which was closely followed by "early age cracking due to shrinkage" with an RII value = 0.733.
Ice Factor Group was launched in 2001 by Jamie Smith, an entrepreneur and keen mountaineer.
Raman and IR selection rules will be also analyzed using factor group analysis.
After ulcer induction in diabetic rats, they were housed individually in separate cages and randomly divided into two groups: scorpion peptide gel group (SPG group, n = 7) and epidermal growth factor group (EGF group, n = 7), respectively.
Factor group structures obtained via factor analysis bear similarities with those in Einarsen and Raknes [77], Baron et al.
COVENTRY performer Bradley Hunt has been receiving vile death threats from online trolls following his X Factor group Bratavio's success after they made it through to the live shows.
Earlier colonies appeared in growth factor plus collagen group after 8 days in culture, in the growth factor group they appeared on day 12 and in the control group on day 19.