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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.
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fac·to·ri·al

(fak-tōr'ē-ăl)
Pertaining to a statistical factor or factors.
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With regards to the overwhelming number of rotation methods, as we have explained above we believe that items are, inherently, factorially complex.
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Wicherts claims that specific IQ tests given to different cohorts are not 'factorially invariant' over time, meaning they are not measuring exactly the same thing, and latent variables may explain the secular gains.
RAASI renders an Adjustment Total (AdjT) score and scores on four factorially derived scales.
Consequently, the results confirm that each of the selected seven constructs is uni-dimensional and factorially distinct; hence all items used to operationalize a particular construct are loaded onto a single factor.
The four experimental groups were formed by factorially combining the two personality types (extraversion vs.
The results indicated that inter-item association measures are independent of emotionality measures, suggesting that connectivity and emotionality can be factorially manipulated in future studies using this set of stimuli.
The study was designed to develop and factorially validate an instrument for measuring teaching practice skills of chemistry student-teachers in University of Nigeria, Nsukka.