Facient

Fa"cient

(?), n. [L. faciens, -- entis, p. pr. of facere to make, do. See Fact.] 1. One who does anything, good or bad; a doer; an agent. [Obs.] Bp. Hacket.
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2. (Mach.) (a) One of the variables of a quantic as distinguished from a coefficient. (b) The multiplier.
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The terms facient, faciend, and factum, may imply that the multiplication involved is not ordinary multiplication, but is either some specified operation, or, in general, any mathematical operation. See Multiplication.
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