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the term means the unknown factor or the unexplainable thing which adds a certain value to that object, element or a person.
2 AND 21 there is only one factor that adds up to 23 and if you multiple 21 times 2 =42
The factor pairs of 123 are (123,1)(41,3) Even considering their negative counterparts, nothing adds up to -24
The factor pairs of 15 are (15, 1) (5, 3) Neither of them adds up to eight. There is no integral solution to this problem.
If you factor this you would first factor out a common multiple4(c^2+3c-18)4(c+6)(c-3)The 6 and -3 were arrived by thinking,"What adds together to get +3 and mu;tiplies to get -18?"
The factor pairs of 36 are (36,1)(18,2)(12,3)(9,4) Even considering their negative counterparts, none of them adds up to -60.
The two numbers are the same - the trailing zero adds no value to the number.
There's a factor pair of 30 that adds up to 11. (x + 5)(x + 6)
A productive factor is an input capable of producing (use- or exchange-) values, such as Nature (land) and labor, Hasmendi (2004). therefore factor productivity is a process in whicha productive factor produces or adds value to the output (goods and services)
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yes it can . however it is upto the discression of your immediate manger whether or he removes them or adds them to your personal record.
returns to factor means change in physical output of a good or a commodity when the quantity demanded of one factor is increase while that of the other factors remain constant . It is a short run phenomenon and can be possible in three ways they area) Increasing return to factor - increasing returns to a factor refers to a situation on when each additional unit of a variable factor adds more and more to the total output that is when marginal product of a factor increases as more of the variable factor is constantb) constant returns to a factor - constant returns to a factor refers to a situation in which additional units of a variable factors adds the same amount of output that is when the marginal product of the variable factor is constantc) Diminishing returns to a factor refers to a situation in which each additional unit of a variable factor adds lesser and lesser amount of output that is when marginal product of a factor falls as more of it is used
Humans have had the greatest impact on climate change by burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil and natural gas. This activity adds to the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide, creating an enhanced greenhouse effect.