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# Coefficient

## Definition of the noun coefficient

What does coefficient mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: coefficients

1. a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic

## Definition of the adjective coefficient

What does coefficient mean as an attribute of a noun?

1. See cooperating.

## Explanation

Coefficient: 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.

• also known as Σταθερά, Σταθερό μέρος, 系数

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### Introduction to Physics in Modern Medicine (2016)

Medicine, Medical technology by CTI Reviews

The attenuation coefficient is a quantity that characterizes how easily a material or medium can be penetrated by a beam of light, sound, particles, or other energy or matter. A large attenuation coefficient means that the beam is quickly ' attenuated'; (weakened) as it passes through the...

### AIP Physics Desk Reference (2016)

by CTI Reviews

The attenuation coefficient is a quantity that characterizes how easily a material or medium can be penetrated by a beam of light, sound, particles, or other energy or matter. A large attenuation coefficient means that the beam is quickly ...

### Smith and Aitkenhead's Textbook of Anaesthesia E-Book (2013)

by Alan R. Aitkenhead, Jonathan Thompson, David J. Rowbotham, Iain Moppett

Solubility Coefficients The Bunsen solubility coefficient is the volume of gas which dissolves in a unit volume of liquid at a...

### Statistical Process Control Methods for Long and Short Runs (1996)

by Gary K. Griffith

Correlation coefficient is a measure of the strength of the relationship.

### The SAGE Handbook of Social Research Methods (2008)

by Pertti Alasuutari, Leonard Bickman, Julia Brannen

An unstandardized regression coefficient is a pivotal quantity, whereas a standardized regression coefficient is a non-pivotal quantity (in an analogous fashion as the difference between two group means is pivotal but the standardized ...

### Tax Revenue Response to the Business Cycle (2010)

by Ms. Cemile Sancak, Jing Xing, Ricardo Velloso

The output gap coefficient is the slope of VAT C-efficiency with respect to the output gap during good times, and the interaction term coefficient is the difference of this slope between bad and good times. Column 4 shows that VAT C-efficiency ...

### Statistics a User Friendly Guide (2002)

Especially for the Mathematically Challenged by Gerald C. Swanson

The correlation coefficient is a number (symbolized by “r") that indicates how well the regression line fits the ...

### A Practical System of Algebra in Theory and Practice in Two Parts (1840)

With a New Method of Solving Cubic Equations and Those of Higher Orders by John D. Williams

Sometimes the coefficient is a compound quantity, as (a + b)2, or ax + ba ; here the coefficient is a + b. 22. Like signs are such as are all positive, (+), plus, or all negative, (–), minus. 23. Unlike signs are when some are positive, plus, (+), and ...

### Designing and Conducting Research in Health and Human Performance (2011)

by Tracey D. Matthews, Kimberly T. Kostelis

The correlation coefficient is the calculated statistic that represents the degree of the relationship. Correlation coefficients will never be greater than plus or minus 1.00. The actual number reflects the degree of the relationship, and the sign ...

### Pass Ultrasound Physics Study Guide Notes Volume II PDF Edition

by Mansoor Khan, MBBS RDMS RDCS

Intensity Reflection Coefficient (IRC) Intensity Reflection Coefficient is the percentage of the intensity ...

### Statistics in a Nutshell (2012)

by Sarah Boslaugh

The Pearson correlation coefficient is a measure of linear association between two interval- or ratio-level variables.

including the Spearman rank-order correlation coefficient), the Pearson correlation coefficient is the most common, and often ...

### Capital Budgeting Valuation (2011)

Financial Analysis for Today's Investment Projects by H. Kent Baker, Philip English

3, the variable with the largest magnitude regression coefficient is the variable cost per unit in the first year. 5. Looking at Panel C of Exhibit 15.5, the variable with the largest magnitude regression coefficient is ...

### An Elementary Treatise on Algebra, in Theory and Practice (1840)

With Attempts to Simplify ... that Science ... With Notes and Illustrations ... To which is Added an Appendix, on the Application of Algebra to Geometry by John D. Williams

Sometimes the coefficient is a compound quantity, as (a -f- b)x, or ax -J- bx ; here the coefficient is a-\- b. 22. Like signs are such as are all positive, (-f-)> plus, or all negative. ( — ), minus. 23. Unlike signs are when some are positive, plus, (-(-) ...

### The Nurse Educator's Guide to Assessing Learning Outcomes (2008)

by Mary E. McDonald

Coefficient. A validity coefficient is a correlation coefficient that expresses the relationship between two sets of scores.

The Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient is the most common procedure used for reporting validity. A number ...

### The SAGE Dictionary of Quantitative Management Research (2011)

by Luiz Moutinho, Graeme D Hutcheson

INTRACLASS CORRELATION COEFFICIENT Introduction Most of the correlation measures are measures of interclass correlation: measures of the relationship between two or more variables based on a number of observations of the ...

### Oxford Dictionary of Sports Science and Medicine (2006)

by Michael Kent

coefficient of sliding friction 121 This exercise allows gravity to distract the glenohumeral joint. coefficient A factor that measures a specific property of a given substance and is constant for that substance under specific conditions. coefficient of ...

### Encyclopedia of Meat Sciences (2004)

by Carrick Devine, M. Dikeman

Table 2 Linear attenuation coefficient and Hounsfield value for some materials relevant to meat production. The difference in Hounsfield units calculated at 50 keV reveals the theoretical possible contrast of FO materials to meat and fat tissue ...

### Encyclopedic Dictionary of Polymers (2010)

by Jan W. Gooch

Autocorrelation coefficient ρxx() Autocovariance Cxx() Base of natural logarithms ð% 2:71828183Þ e Because ∵ Binomial coefficient C k n Composition Conditional operator | Contour integral ∮ Convolution * Correlation coefficient ...

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