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control factor

The ratio of the minimum compressive strength of a material, such as concrete, to the average compressive strength.
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Among the five alternatives under the control factor criteria, lack of support is highly prioritised as most influencer of occupational stress among healthcare professionals in Nigeria.
The mean graph, shown in figure 10, shows the effect of the control factors on the drag.
The significance of control factors in ANOVA is determined by comparing the F values of each control factor.
It was acceptable for Avoiding Consequences (.78) and Excitement Seeking (.72), but it was low for Control factor (.49).
PBC: Paternal Behavioral Control factor. PPSY: Paternal Psychological Control Scale.
ANDREW FLINTOFF'S "control factor" gave England the edge during their Ashes triumph this summer.
On the basis of the terms of the union agreement between IBC and Local 952, and the other aspects of the petitioner's relationship with IBC, the control factor indicates an employer-employee relationship.
Then there's the control factor. "This was my dream and I wanted to maintain control and have the total equity position in the company," he says.
"It confirms the importance of Fas ligand" and identifies a control factor for the molecule's production in trophoblasts, he adds.