Factors of identification vs Factors of being identified vs Factors to be identified

Meanings of these three phrases, and uses of those with eaxample


I'm not 100% sure of the contexts of these factors, but here's what they generally mean:

Factors of identification: Things that are required for identification of someone or some thing (i.e. A driver's license)

Factors of being identified: Not completely sure on this one. It sounds like what you learn about someone after they're identified (i.e. I looked up her info and learned that she is 6 feet tall)

Factors to be identified: Things that have not been identified yet, but will be (i.e. We will identify the gender of the child next month)

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