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fac·to·ri·al

(fak-tōr'ē-ăl),
1. Pertaining to a statistical factor or factors.
2. Of an integer, that integer multiplied by each smaller integer in succession down to one, written n!; for example, 5! equals 5 × 4 × 3 × 2 × 1 = 120.

fac·to·ri·al

(fak-tōr'ē-ăl)
Pertaining to a statistical factor or factors.
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Rogowski (1987, 1989) relies on the Stolper-Samuelson theorem for a factoral picture of how this happens.
A between-groups factoral experiment tests effects of message type and source reputation on judgments of credibility and assessments of apparent reality.
A single common factor analysis of responses to these 14 items revealed the factoral structure among the observed domain-specific items.
Secondary keys are changed by thumbwheel switches located behind a front-panel hatch and internal factoral switches.
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Pastoral sheep are stupid and scared of everything, the fashion-conscious Factoral sheep are bred only for their wool, the Long Wool sheep are the rebellious kind and the Neo Genetics are good with computers and can negotiate traffic.
32) He writes: "My belief is that most (between two-thirds and three-quarters) of the rise in the relative demand for skilled labour during the past two decades was caused by the same force that had propelled it upward over the previous century, namely skill-based technical change, loosely defined to include factoral and sectoral biases in production methods, product innovation and shifts in the composition of final demand.
The resultant expertise, resource allocation efficiencies and economies of scale result in factoral increases in both growth and profitability of each acquired company.
Senior Inspector Rowel Zafra, Cotabato City police spokesperson, identified the victims as TJ Tagadaya Macabalang, 30, owner and manager of Stickerwerkz, and his friend Wendel Apostol Factoral, 32, both of Krislamville, Barangay Rosary Heights 6 here.
Table 8 Domestic Terms of Trade for Agriculture, 1980-81-1992-93 Index of Total Barter Terms Income Terms Factor Factoral Terms Year of Trade of Trade Productivity of Trade 1980-81 100.