**Variable** may refer to:

- Variable (research), a logical set of attributes
- Variable (mathematics), a symbol that represents a quantity in a mathematical expression, as used in many sciences
- Variable (computer science), a symbolic name associated with a value and whose associated value may be changed
- Variable star, a type of star (as in astronomical object)
- Dependent and independent variables in statistics

### Other articles related to "variables, variable":

A Course Of Pure Mathematics - Contents

... REAL

... REAL

**VARIABLES**II ... FUNCTIONS OF REAL**VARIABLES**IV LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS OF A POSITIVE INTEGRAL**VARIABLE**V LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS OF A CONTINUOUS**VARIABLE**... FUNCTIONS IX THE LOGARITHMIC, EXPONENTIAL AND CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS OF A REAL**VARIABLE**...**Variable**Seedeater

... The

**Variable**Seedeater, Sporophila corvina, is a passerine bird which breeds from southern Mexico through Central America to the Chocó of north-western South America ... Even within the

**Variable**Seedeater as presently defined, there are great variations in its plumage ...

Naming Convention (programming) - Metadata and Hybrid Conventions - Hungarian Notation

... encodes either the purpose ("Apps Hungarian") or the type ("Systems Hungarian") of a

... encodes either the purpose ("Apps Hungarian") or the type ("Systems Hungarian") of a

**variable**in its name ... For example, the prefix "sz" for the**variable**szName indicates that the**variable**is a zero-(that is null-)terminated string ...Granger Causality - Method

... series is stationary, the test is performed using the level values of two (or more)

... series is stationary, the test is performed using the level values of two (or more)

**variables**... If the**variables**are non stationary, then the test is done using first (or higher) differences ... Any particular lagged value of one of the**variables**is retained in the regression if (1) it is significant according to a t-test, and (2) it and the other lagged values of the**variable**...Simplex Algorithm - Pivot Operations

... The

... The

**variable**for this column is now a basic**variable**, replacing the**variable**which corresponded to the r-th column of the identity matrix before the operation ... In effect, the**variable**corresponding to the pivot column enters the set of basic**variables**and is called the entering**variable**, and the**variable**being replaced ... The tableau is still in canonical form but with the set of basic**variables**changed by one element ...### Famous quotes containing the word variable:

“Walked forth to ease my pain

Along the shore of silver streaming Thames,

Whose rutty bank, the which his river hems,

Was painted all with *variable* flowers,”

—Edmund Spenser (1552?–1599)

“There is not so *variable* a thing in nature as a lady’s head-dress.”

—Joseph Addison (1672–1719)