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Ceteris paribus

“Ceteris paribus” is a Latin expression that means “all other things being equal” or “holding other things constant” in English. It is commonly used in economics, statistics, and other fields to indicate that a particular variable or factor is being examined in isolation, while assuming that all other relevant variables or factors remain constant.

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