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# What is the definition of gating factor?

# What is the definition of unifying factors?

unifying factors are simply what brings everything together. what makes it what it is. and what makes it a whole.

# What is the Definition of factor label method?

The factor label method is when you use the number as well as it's units to help you convert that number into different units. Example: Covert 1 hour into seconds We know …that there is 60 mins in 1 hour and 60 secs in 1 min 1 hr x 60min/1 hr x 60sec/1 min = 3600 sec The hour units and minute units cancel out leaving the units in seconds.

# Definition of sociological factors?

Influences on individual behavior attributable to the social values and/or behavior of the groups to which an individual belongs, or aspires to belong. Sociological factors us…ually take many forms and may help explain why human behavior goes wrong - or right, for that matter...social factors reflect the region and socio-economic background from which you come. These factors help shape your thoughts, beliefs and actions. Examples: family, educational setting, university setting, friendships, religion (atheism and agnosticism are religions), peer pressures, exposure to violence, natural disaster or other trauma, diglossia (multi-language and multi-cultural exposure), administrations and offices, etc...

# What is the definition of universal gate?

The NAND gate and NOR gates are known as universal gates, since any logic function can be implemented using NAND or NOR gates.

# Definition of scale factor?

the ratio of a length on a scale drawing or model to the corrisponding length on the real object

# Success factors of Bill Gates?

Bill gates successful becasue of he working hard and hight desire.

# What is the definition of weather factor?

weather factors mean what types of weather it is like rainy, cloudy, foggy.

# What is the definition of the term demographic factors?

Demographic factors mean Socioeconomic characteristics of a population expressed statistically, such as age, sex, education level,income level, marital status, occupation, rel…igion, birth rate, death rate, average size of a family, average age at marriage. A census is a collection of the demographic factors associated with every member of a population.

# Definition of biotic factor?

A living component of an environment ie. the living organisms, that is plants, animals, fungi, single celled organisms. Abiotic factors are the non-living parts, ie. humidity,… soil, available light, etc.

# Math definition of factor?

in multiplication the factor is one of the numbers being multiplied. factor x factor = product ____________________________________________________________________ That's …right. Also a factor can be in division, ex : 10 as a product, 2 x 5 = 10. 2 and 5 are both factors of 10, which is the product. ______________________________________________________________________

# Explain the definition of power factor?

Power factor is related to the phase angle between voltage and current. It is a measure of the difference between true and apparent power. In a purely resistive cir…cuit, voltage and current will be in phase, and the power factor will be 1. In a circuit with capacitive or inductive reactance, current will lag voltage (inductive) or lead voltage (capacitive). In the worst case, power factor is zero with 90 degrees of lag or lead, and the apparent power will be zero, while the true power is not.

# What is the definition of factors?

Numbers or quantities that when multiplied with others that produce a given number or expression.

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# Definition of ripple factor?

Also called "domino effect" domino effect: -noun the cumulative effect that results when one event precipitates a series of like events. ~Dictionary.com … the value of ripple factor tells how much the output (of a particular devise) varies from the ideal (or theoretical) value.

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# What is the definition of factor in maths terms?

A factor is what the number divides into for example 4 is the factor of 8 and 2 is also the factor of 8 and so on.

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# What is the definition for the Greatest Common Factor?

The greatest common factor means the number that is the largest factor between two numbers. For example the greatest common factor of 4 and 6 is 2. 4 has factors of 1,2,… and 4. 6 has factors of 1,2,3, and 6. You simply compare the factors of the two numbers and see what the highest number is that they both have. If you mean Greatest Common Factor (GCF): The GCF of 2 or more numbers is the greatest number that is a factor of the numbers. For example, the GCF of 18 and 12 would be 6, because that is the largest factor of 18 and 12.

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# What is the origin of the phrase gating factor?

I see no answers, so I'm going to make up a few options... 1.) Gating factor was created to capture the feel of a horse race (on a track) where everything is ready to go and …excited to go, chomping at the bit, but the gate is holding back the horses before the race starts. This captures the state of a project as ready to sprint - completely ready to proceed - except for the signal to open the gates. 2.) Gating factor was first used because the Panama Canal seemed to be a good metaphor. Projects and progress are ships, but in order to proceed to the end of their journey, they must occasionally enter a lock and it's attendant gate and assess forward progress. This can take some time while the lock fills with water. Sometimes ships sink. 3.) Gating factor - one day a manager looked upon his projects and lo, they were good. He imagined them as beautiful fields of grass and wild flowers, plowed under and replaced by neat, orderly rows of domesticated crops and set apart by ripping down native growth trees and replacing their sloppy branchiness with neat, structured, rock walls. The only way into the project to continue progress and eat of the crops is to stop at the gate and run one's security badge under the reader.

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# What is a definition of a factor?

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