# How to Find the Constant of a Variation?

The constant of variation (also called the constant of a variation) is a number that relates to how the value of one mathematical variable (often called the "dependent variable") changes as another...
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## How to Find Lattice Constant?

A lattice constant describes the spacing between adjacent unit cells in a crystal structure. The unit cells or building blocks of the crystal are three dimensional and have three linear constants t...
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## How to Find Factors of a Constant Term?

The word "constant" is an algebraic term referring to a number that doesn't have any variables, such as "x" or "y," attached to it. (See Reference 1) For example, "-7" is a constant, but "-7x" is n...
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## How to Find a Constant & Zeros in a Parabola?

A parabola is a mathematical function of the form y = ax^2 + bx + c. It is also one of the conic sections studied by the ancient Greeks. A conic section is the shape that results when a cone is s...
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## How to Do a Side Glide Variation?

This is a variation of the side glide. It looks pretty cool if someone looks at it from the side.

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