Definitions for "factoring"
The selling of a companys accounts receivable, at a discount, to a factor,...
Selling accounts receivable (typically invoices) to a company that lends the business owner money based on anticipated collections. A factor usually collects the receivables and subtracts his share before paying the business owner. Factors usually will advance a business 70 percent to 80 percent of the face value of invoices. [go back to glossary list
The selling or transferring of receivable.
(mathematics) the resolution of an integer or polynomial into factors such that when multiplied together they give the integer or polynomial
Finding a number's prime factors
The breaking down of an integer into its prime factors. This is a hard problem.
The process of managing and maintaining property in multiple ownership either by an RSL, a specially appointed agent or by one of the owners. In tenements, the tradition is for factors to be independent agents acting for a variety of owners. Factoring can apply to the 'closes' and other common parts of a tenement and also common areas in estates where footpaths, play areas and landscaped areas have not been adopted by the council. The factor may also administer communal insurances.
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To break a number into its factors.
The process of breaking numbers down into all of their factors.
Factoring is breaking down a number or expression into products of smaller parts.
Using Apple events to separate the code that controls an application's user interface from the code that responds to the user's manipulation of the interface. In a fully factored application, any significant user actions generate Apple events that a scripting component can record as statements in a compiled script. See also recordable application.
Keywords:  resolving, act
The act of resolving into factors.
Keywords:  writing, expression, product
Writing an expression as a product of factors.