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conversion factor

n.
A numerical factor used to multiply or divide a quantity when converting from one system of units to another.
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Noun1.conversion factor - factor by which a quantity that is expressed in one set of units must be multiplied in order to convert it into another set of units
factor - any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together
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According to the interpretation, conversion factors apply to them as for Class VI agricultural land.
Energy Information Administration (EIA) adopted the thermal conversion factor of 6.
These reported values will be a common conversion factor for indoor external dose rate for our local mud housed if verified by other authors.
In 2005 the North East Regional Renewable Energy Strategy gave a conversion factor of 0.
Finally, be sure that at least one of the parameters you use to determine your fee schedules is based on the 2003 Medicare conversion factor for RVUs.
The program quickly multiplies the aforementioned conversion factor by the relative value for each requested code.
The conversion factor computations were different for the two versions.
Although yearly conversion factors are purportedly designed to provide updates to the fee schedule, physicians should not expect to reap a windfall.
To determine how much a roll or machine is out of level, take the level's reading and multiply it by the conversion factor (number of running feet of machine width).
Liquidity facilities that adhere to this rule, classified as eligible short-term liquidity facilities, will be subject to a 10% credit conversion factor for the purpose of calculating the capital requirement.
Implicit FX = (Domestic Price / ADR Price) * ADR Conversion Factor
Implicit FX = Domestic Price x ADR Conversion Factor / ADR Price