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coefficient
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • —Platinoid, the professor said solemnly, is preferred to German silver because it has a lower coefficient of resistance by changes of temperature.

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as in: 2x or y(a+b) Define
mathematics: a number that is multiplies a variable in an expression (such as 2 in 2x) or: mathematics: any factor of a term (such as y in y(a+b))
as in: coefficient of thermal expansion Define
physics: a constant number that serves as a measure of some property or characteristic (such as the coefficient of thermal expansion)
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