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covariant

(kō-vā′rē-ănt)
In mathematics, pert. to variation of one variable with another so that a specified relationship is unchanged.
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Therefore, the covariant and contravariant components of the metric tensor on [?
ANCOVAs - group as a covariant - indicated gender effect to the Total score 169) = 4.
ANCOVA - group as a covariant - observed an age effect to the Total Score [F(5, 165) = 58.
They relate to leadership credibility as a construct, as well as LC covariants.
Exhibit 4 establishes that simple product-moment correlations isolate a consistent set of covariants in this first cluster of variables.
Findings from exhibits 4 and 5 show, at two levels of abstraction, that LC covariants seem consistent in eleven Chicago metro governments.
A second, similar design was used to analyze possible gender effects: 2 (gender) x 3 (conditions) x 2 (item difficulty), with total test performance used as the covariant.
Specifically, Tables 1, 2, and 3 reflect distributions of burnout phases that add dramatic counterpoint to the virulence of the covariants of advanced burnout illustrated above.
Directly, its somber covariants suggest the usefulness of moderating burnout.