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factor,

in arithmetic, any number that divides a given number evenly, i.e., without any remainder. The factors of 12 are 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, and 12. Similarly in algebra, any one of the algebraic expressions multiplied by another to form a product is a factor of that product, e.g., a+b and ab are factors of a2b 2, since (a+b)(ab)=a2b2. In general, if r is a rootroot,
in mathematics, number or quantity r for which an equation f(r)=0 holds true, where f is some function. If f is a polynomial, r is called a root of f; for example, r=3 and r
of a polynomialpolynomial,
mathematical expression which is a finite sum, each term being a constant times a product of one or more variables raised to powers. With only one variable the general form of a polynomial is a0xn+a1x
equation f(x)=0, then (xr) is a factor of the polynomial f(x).

factor

[′fak·tər]
(mathematics)
For an integer n, any integer which gives n when multiplied by another integer.
For a polynomial p, any polynomial which gives p when multiplied by another polynomial.
For a graph G, a spanning subgraph of G with at least one edge.
(statistics)
A quantity or a variable being studied in an experiment as a possible cause of variation.

factor

1. Maths
a. one of two or more integers or polynomials whose product is a given integer or polynomial
b. an integer or polynomial that can be exactly divided into another integer or polynomial
2. Med any of several substances that participate in the clotting of blood
3. Law, Commerce a person who acts on another's behalf, esp one who transacts business for another
4. former name for a gene
5. Commercial law a person to whom goods are consigned for sale and who is paid a factorage
6. (in Scotland) the manager of an estate

factor

A quantity which is multiplied by another quantity.

factor

A number that divides evenly into another number. For example, 3 and 4 are factors of 12. See factorial and IFP.
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It is unlikely that anisomycin itself was transported retrogradely from synapse to soma, where it inhibited somatic protein synthesis and thereby blocked LTF. First and most convincingly, application of protein synthesis inhibitors to one branch of a given Aplysia SN does not block LTF at another branch treated with 5-HT (Martin et al., 1997a).
10 of 14 PD patients (71%) with pathological SVV but none with normal SVV reported LTF to have occurred after PD symptom onset.
Every unit in LTF 548 supported the sword by improving the foxhole.
LTF projects a substantial increase in revenue from IOLTA accounts as a result of the rule change, as has been the experience of other states adopting comparability rules.
This study was designed to explore the LTF of genioglossus EMG and its corticomotor activity at different stages of CIH in rats.
While a previous study demonstrated unilateral peripheral vestibular hypofunction, ipsilateral to the LTF side [13], we observed a higher prevalence of bilateral alterations in PDPS patients here.
The LTF has been mapped previously as a normal fault dipping to the NW (Silva, 1994; Leyva Cabello et al., 2010).
The typical facility is between PS100,000 and PS2 million over the trade cycle and last year LTF facilitated trades worth more than PS40 million.
Lactoferrin (or lactotransferrin; Ltf) is a female-specific gene and serves as an appropriate marker of estrogenic action because of its high level of RNA and protein expression in E2-stimulated uteri compared with other tissues (Pentecost and Teng 1987).
Tamil actor Ajay Ratnam features as LTF leader Anna Bhaskaran, a character based upon LTTE chief Prabhakaran
LTTE ( Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam) becomes LTF and the militant group's formidable leader Prabhakaran is named Anna ( incidentally, Prabhakaran was called Anna by his people).

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