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unit factor

n
(Genetics) genetics the gene responsible for the inheritance of a unit character
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The future estimated assessed value of property in each class is used to calculate an equivalent unit factor.
Section II formulates a closed economy model to lay the theoretical foundation for discussing how higher health-care costs affect income distribution and unit factor requirements in the two sectors.
Patterns for the unit factor scores illustrated the complexities and unique characteristics of each unit work environment.
2]) x Temperature degrees Fahrenheit ([degrees]F) x Energy British thermal units (Btu) x calories (cal) x kilowatthours (kWh) x Conversion Type of Unit Factor equals Mass 0.
Similarly, one can easily ascertain the unit factor cost at location [b.
The relevance of this point is that this simple relationship, derived from a first-order condition facing the individual firm, can be re-expressed as a mark-up pricing equation, which states that price is a mark-up over unit factor costs for any factor [Hymans 309-24].
The term [Mathematical Expression Omitted] is the vector of changes in per unit factor tax revenue due to the given factor tax change df.
This phase provided the data from which to develop the primary data collection tool, the unit factor form, which was used in the second phase of data collection.
2]) x Temperature degrees Fahrenheit ([degrees] F) x Energy British thermal units (Btu) x calories (cal) x Kilowatthours (kWh) x Conversion Type of Unit Factor equals Metric Unit Mass 0.
Internal variables may account for corporate factors like financial structure, business portfolio, and talent development, as well as business unit factors like product development pipeline and manufacturing capability.
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