coefficient

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• Info In mathematics, a coefficient is a multiplicative factor in some term of a polynomial, a series or any expression; it is usually a number, but in any case does not involve any variables of the expression. more...
• It should also be noted that division of coefficients works in the same way.
• Formal power series are often used merely to represent the whole collection of their coefficients.
• When new coefficients are introduced, their values can be fitted into the set.
• While this approach gives the possible terms, it does not determine the coefficients.
• Then F may be used as a system of local coefficients on X.
• These turn out, approximately, to be local coefficients away from a singular set.
• In addition to this straightforward mass-action effect, the rate coefficients themselves can change due to pressure.
• Once the coefficients are estimated the model is put back into the structural form.
• Therefore, the only possible way to get a linear combination is with these coefficients.
• The fact that this coefficient is the signed area is not an accident.
• But we lack some properties of the coefficients to produce a general formula.
• In other words, a formal power series is an object that just records a sequence of coefficients.
• As his research assistant he produced the first set of capital-coefficients for the input-output model.
• That is, we hope that a small change in the coefficients will lead to a small change in the roots.
• As the coefficient ring becomes more general, the relationship becomes more complicated.
• The combination of these effects allows very high heat transfer coefficients.
• If is the coefficients may be read off directly.
• Most important of those properties is known as the blood/gas partition coefficient.
• One possible approach is to test down from high orders and examine the t-values on coefficients.

Meaning of coefficient

• noun A constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic