n. An academic grade given by certain institutions. Slightly better than an F and slightly worse than a D-.
F+ may refer to:
- F+ (pitch), a musical pitch traditionally used for the Northumbrian smallpipes
- F a bacterium having F-plasmid in bacterial conjugation
- In Academic grading in the United States, F+ is a rarely used grade above F
F+ is a musical pitch approximately 20 cents sharp of modern concert F (500 + 20 = 520 cents), and is primarily associated with the Northumbrian smallpipes.
Similarly, composer Ben Johnston uses a "−" as an accidental to indicate a note is lowered 21.51 cents, or a "+" to indicate a note is raised 21.51 cents (which is the width of a syntonic comma ). 498.04 + 21.51 = 519.55 (Just perfect fourth + syntonic comma = F+).