Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Variable"

The meaning of "Variable" in various phrases and sentences

Q: O que significa There are other variables, not the least of which is your own inherent talent. ?
A: Variables (in this context) means things that could influence the current situation. "Not the least of which" is another way to say "this one is not the least important thing" (you use it when there could be doubt about whether the thing is the least important thing). "Inherent" means it is part of you, in your nature.

So, "there are other things we should consider in this situation, including the talent that you have that is natural to you."

Example sentences using "Variable"

Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com Dependent variable
A: “What’s the dependent variable in this experiment?”
“Number of mice after 2 weeks.”

“Which axis do I put the dependent variable on again?”
“The y-axis.”

“What will you use to measure the dependent variable?”
“A ruler.”
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com various! and variable....
A: thank you for your help! :)
Q: Mostra-me frases de exemplo com variable.
A: Variable can be a noun meaning "unknown value" or an adjective meaning "able to change easily"
We need to pinpoint the variable here.
The prices are variable/can vary.
Vary is the verb of "variable"

Translations of "Variable"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? déclaration de variable
A: Dans la programmation ?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? variables, for example: hay muchas variables que determinan el resultado
A: Variables, for example: there are many variables that determine the result.

I'm not sure what you're asking for.

Are you asking for the translation?
Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (RU)? variable
A: "vair-ee-ah-bul"

(I'm Australian)

Other questions about "Variable"

Q: I changed the variable name. Can you see the change *on your side*? soa natural?
A: You can also ask “Are you able to verify the change on your end?”
Q: Why are there many variables in English?
I want to be good at English too. soa natural?
A: either 'good in' or 'good at' are okay, but they have different nuances. 'good in' suggests you know that language pretty well; while 'good at' suggests you are good when it comes to the usage of that language in some topic like games etc
Q: The other variables that are not mentioned in Table 1 were kept constant during the experiments. soa natural?
A: Perhaps a bit informal for an academic paper.

All variables other than those shown in Table 1 were kept constant during the experiments.
Q: there could be many variables that we didn't think of. soa natural?
A: Yes that sounds right. "Could" means "might/possibility"

You can also say "there are many variables that we didn't think of" (you know there are)
Q: There were so many variables and conditions in a research, so we neglected some of them, otherwise it was just impossible to complete the research's report in time. soa natural?
A: I understand what your saying but your mixing up your quantity words

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