On the average of many cases the mean "nature" value, the coefficient of direct heredity, was placed at .51.
You're referring to the necessity for a coefficient of discharge.
These conditions permit the most exact determination of the coefficient of discharge.
"Clear it ov its coefficient, and we'll thry," says the Pope.
In order to express such relationship in a single figure the coefficient or correlation is used.
The coefficient of rolling friction of a railroad train on a track is 0.009.
The glyph itself is on the left and the coefficient, here expressed by a head variant, is on the right.
The rate of expansion per degree is called the coefficient of Expansion.
Then among the foothills of the Sierras at Colfax, the coefficient drops till it is scarcely larger than the probable error.
Here is a very close relation, but, the sign of the coefficient is negative.
coefficient co·ef·fi·cient (kō'ə-fĭsh'ənt)
n.
The mathematical expression of the amount or degree of any quality possessed by a substance, or of the degree of physical or chemical change normally occurring in that substance under stated conditions.