The image above represents sensitivity drift co-efficient.

To compute for sensitivity drift co-efficient, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **Sensitivity Drift (SD) **and **Change in Temperature (ΔT).**

The formula for calculating for sensitivity drift co-efficient:

C_{SD} = ^{SD} / _{ΔT}

Where:

C_{SD} = Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient

SD = Sensitivity Drift

ΔT = Change in Temperature

Let’s solve an example;

Find the sensitivity drift co-efficient when the sensitivity drift is 28 and the change in temperature is 12.

This implies that;

SD = Sensitivity Drift = 28

ΔT = Change in Temperature = 12

C_{SD} = ^{SD} / _{ΔT}

C_{SD} = ^{28} / _{12}

C_{SD} = 2.33

Therefore, the **sensitivity drift co-efficient **is **2.33.**

**Calculating for the Sensitivity Drift when the Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient and the Change in Temperature is Given.**

SD = C_{SD} x ΔT

Where:

SD = Sensitivity Drift

C_{SD} = Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient

ΔT = Change in Temperature

Let’s solve an example;

Find the sensitivity drift when the sensitivity drift co-efficient is 25 and the change in temperature is 6.

This implies that;

C_{SD} = Sensitivity Drift Co-efficient = 25

ΔT = Change in Temperature = 6

SD = C_{SD} x ΔT

SD = 25 x 6

SD = 150

Therefore, the **sensitivity drift **is **150.**