What is the definition of gating factor?
Gating Factor refers to the key element of a series of interdependent tasks which has the ability to delay the whole. For Example: "The arrival of the last shipment of components will be the gating factor for us to be able to meet our on time delivery."
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The decomposition of a number into its various powers of its prime factors
political factor is a factor that must be taken into account when considering political change or transformation. When the Greek government is 'forced' by the European Union a…nd to implement financially austere policies, one of the political factors the Government must take cognizance is the wishes of the Greek populace. Generally the Greeks are very hostile to any changes that will affect adversely their livelihood. Unfortunately, this is going to happen if the Greek government goes on to carry out what the EU directs.
Bill gates successful becasue of he working hard and hight desire.
Gareth Gates was a contestant on Pop Idol, not The X Factor. The contestants in Pop Idol didn't have mentors.
Numbers or quantities that when multiplied with others that produce a given number or expression.
A whole number factor is a number by which another is exactly divisible.
unifying factors are simply what brings everything together. whatmakes it what it is. and what makes it a whole.
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.
biophysical factors is like when diseases live in watter. what is your exaple?
A proteingate is a pathway through a protein molecule on the plasma membranein which ions and small molecules can diffuse in or out of acell.
you'll need 2 wires. one that has an arrow on it and one that has levers on it. you choose the gate and switch and then double click on it.
Do you mean lowest common multiple? If so it is the smallest multiple that the two numbers have in common
The NAND gate and NOR gates are known as universal gates, since any logic function can be implemented using NAND or NOR gates.
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.
AND gates are parts of electronic transistor circuitry.