Definition of Multiplier factor
1. Noun. The number by which a multiplicand is multiplied.
Generic synonyms: Number
Specialized synonyms: Scale Factor
Derivative terms: Multiply
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Literary usage of Multiplier factor
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1. Will's Commercial Arithmetic: Presenting the Best Usage in Modern Business by William Russell Will (1913)
"A product must be divided by its multiplier factor, that is, by the particular multiplier which was used to produce it, in order to obtain its multiplicand ..."
2. First Lessons in Mental and Written Arithmetic: On the Objective Method by Horatio Nelson Robinson (1870)
"We multiply this Product, 3285 3285, by 2, the other Component 2 2d Multiplier. Factor of 18 ; thus taking 9 times 6570 Product. 365 2 times. ..."
3. Origin of Modern Calculating Machines: A Chronicle of the Evolution of the by J. A. V. Turck (1921)
"1, the multiplying plates are held in a laterally movable carriage that is shifted through the turning of the multiplier factor setting hand crank Am, ..."
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