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If the readings are done correctly, and the kfactor equations worked to the tenth decimal place, then it's really just a matter of adjustment, making the indicated corrections.

Generally, any given analysis will have some object ID requirements and some fudge factors, such as the probability for a jet to fake an electron or the kfactor applied to the leading order Z+3jet xsection.

On the other hand, a kfactor of 0.999999999 is just as bad.

It's the kfactor that counts, not surface appearance.

"The kfactor is the war factor," Adao Costa said.

The kfactor is one of the many factors that interrelate in a society.

This balance of neutron generation and absorption is the kfactor of the reactor.

All you need is a few more neutrons around, giving you a kfactor of 1.00000001 and you are headed for trouble.

It's just as possible for a bunch of simpletons to set up an organization for one purpose, and have it turn out to be a supercharged, highfrequency kfactor amplifier.

These were the reinforcers, the individuals and groups who were kfactor amplifiers.
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