Definitions

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  • adj. Concerning more than one variable.

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Examples

  • KFI's spot load is an instance of the kind of multivariable maximization problem that M.B.A. programs thrive on.

    Host

  • Automated capabilities such as multivariable testing (MVT), segmentation and targeting, product recommendations, and advanced analytics provide advanced functions that increase conversion rates, sales, customer engagement and lifetime value while automating processes to lower costs and increase marketing agility.

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  • Automated capabilities such as multivariable testing (MVT), segment discovery, Adaptive Targeting, product recommendations, and advanced analytics provide advanced functions that increase conversion rates, sales, customer engagement and lifetime value while automating processes to lower costs and increase marketing agility.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Of course they study too, but "the studious beaver is also the social beaver" 1, and one young woman turns out to be doodling an evening gown instead of boning up on multivariable calculus.

    Social Beavers and Normal Women

  • A princess never troubles her brain with something as complex as multivariable calculus, or soils her hands with auto repair works.

    Over the Moon

  • I taught myself multivariable calculus, and when the carburetor on my Mustang died, I fixed it myself.

    Over the Moon

  • I haven't factored a polynomial for a decade and then it was to help my daughter with her homework, but I spend most of the day doing multivariable problem solving.

    Tom Vander Ark: Schools Should Help Kids Build Robust Mental Models

  • This summer at New York University, students will earn credits in some tough courses: organic chemistry and laboratory, research cell biology, multivariable calculus.

    In This Class, Scratching Is on the Curriculum

  • The multivariable odds ratio of being overweight with both eating behaviours compared with neither was 3.13 (2.20 to 4.45) for men and 3.21 (2.41 to 4.29) for women.

    Dr. Sharma’s Obesity Notes » Blog Archive » Eating Quickly Till You’re Full Trebles Obesity Risk

  • Then the entire subject can be reduced to a set of partial derivatives on multivariable functions that give the relationships among things like temperature, volume, pressure; all macroscopic parameters of the system.

    Evidence that the Second Law of Thermodynamics is wrong? - The Panda's Thumb

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