### proportional

(Learning Modules / Mathematics / Modelling projectiles) Increases as the reference increases.

• (a.) Relating to, or securing, proportion. • (a.) Having a due proportion, or comparative relation; being in suitable proportion or degree; as, the parts of an edifice are proportional. • (n.) Any number or quantity in a proportion; as, a mean proportional. • (n.) The combining weight or equivalent of an element. • (a.) C...

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*adjective* (of taxes) increasing as the amount taxed increases

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relative *adjective* properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics; usually followed by `to`; `the punishment ought to be proportional to the crime`; `earnings relative to production`

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**Pro·por'tion·al** * adjective* [ Latin

* proportionalis* : confer French

* proportionnel* .]

** 1.** Having a due proportion, or comparative relation; being in suitable proportion or degree; as, the parts of an edifice are

* proportional* .

* Milton.* ** 2.** Relating to, or securi...

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A variable a is said to be directly proportional to b if a/b is a constant. The relationship is written a b, which implies that a = kb, where k is a constant. If a is inversely proportional to b, this is written a 1/b.

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being in proportion : corresponding in size, degree, or intensity, having the same or a constant ratio; of, relating to, or used in determining proportions.

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Being in proportion: corresponding in size, degree or intensity, having the same or a constant ratio, of, relating to or used in determining proportions. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...

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Cause and effect relationship between two variables where a positive or negative change in the quantity of one causes a predictable similar quantity change in the other.

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properly related in size or degree

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properly related in size or degree

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Sometimes known as gain, this is the 'P' in the commonly used abbreviation P.I.D. A method for multiplying error between demand and feedback by a set amount.

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*adj]* - properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics 2. [n] - one of the quantities in a mathematical proportion

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