coefficient的的用法,coefficient怎么读美 [.koʊə'fɪʃ(ə)nt] 英 [.kəʊɪ'fɪʃ(ə)nt]
a number which is placed before another quantity and which multiplies it, for example 3 in the quantity 3x
a number that measures a particular property (= characteristic) of a substance
the coefficient of friction
the number placed before a letter that represents a variable in algebra, e.g. the "3" of "3x" in the equation "3x = 6"
a numerical constant that is a measure of a property of a substance
a number written before a variablequantity that can change that shows how much the variable is to be multiplied by
The correlation coefficient, like the covariance, is a measure of the extent to which two measurement variables "vary together. "
Sir Isaac Newton was one of the pioneers in investigating viscosity, and on his analysis depends the definition of the coefficient.
This coefficient was used to solve the heat transfer between the melt and cooling water, namely the heat transfer capacity of the mold.
The concept of the buckling-strength coefficient to determine whether the local buckling occurs in the member is put forward.
So far the convective heat transfer coefficient of the building wall's exterior surface has not been studied systematically.
In many update steel structure codes, the restraining coefficient is often adopted in effective width approach to taken PAE into account.
The Reynold's number at which the drag coefficient drops therefore depends on the surface roughness of the ball.
America and Britain are reckoned to have among the greatest inequality, among rich countries, as measured by the Gini coefficient.
The scattering coefficient curve of rough surface is similar to that at level ground in overall trend, however, it has no Brewster angle.
The liquid, ready-to-use reagent features total imprecision of less than 8% of the coefficient of variation (CV) across the assay range.