**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 "variable, variables":

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 leaves the ... still in canonical form but with the set of basic**variables**changed by one element ...**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

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

... 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 ...A Course Of Pure Mathematics - Contents

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... REAL

**VARIABLES**II ... FUNCTIONS OF REAL**VARIABLES**IV LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS OF A POSITIVE INTEGRAL**VARIABLE**V LIMITS OF FUNCTIONS OF A CONTINUOUS**VARIABLE**... THE LOGARITHMIC, EXPONENTIAL AND CIRCULAR FUNCTIONS OF A REAL**VARIABLE**...### Famous quotes containing the word variable:

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

—Joseph Addison (1672–1719)

“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)