(Definition of coefficient from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

› mathematics a number or symbol that is written in front of and multiplies another number or symbol› chemistry A coefficient is also a number that is used to measure the characteristics of a substance.coefficient of friction physics › The coefficient of friction is a measure of how easily one object slides across the surface of another, calculated by the force that is being used and the amount of friction .

(Definition of coefficient from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

› in mathematics, a value that appears in front of and multiplies another value: In 2x + 4y = 7, 2 is the coefficient of x.

› a number or a method of calculating a number that measures the characteristics of a process, event, material, etc.: The calculation is based on a measure of inequality in disposable income called the Gini coefficient. The coefficient of diversification measures the extent to which a stock portfolio has been diversified.

(Definition of coefficient from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

in Vietnamese | hệ số… |

in Malaysian | pekali… |

in Thai | จำนวนจริงที่มีค่าคงตัวซึ่งคูณอยู่กับตัวแปร, ค่าสัมประสิทธิ์… |

in Chinese (Simplified) | 系数… |

in Indonesian | koefisien… |

in Chinese (Traditional) | 係數… |

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