# variance

• 11Variance — A measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value. The mathematical expectation of the squared deviations from the mean. The square root of the variance is the standard deviation. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * *&#8230; …

Financial and business terms

• 12variance — Statistical term that quantifies the dispersion of data such as rates or prices around the mean. For example, highly volatile rates are rates that are sometimes high above the mean and sometimes way below the mean. Less volatile rates are&#8230; …

Financial and business terms

• 13variance — Civil and criminal practice. A discrepancy or disagreement between two instruments or two pleading allegations in the same cause, which should by law be entirely consonant. Thus, if the evidence adduced by the plaintiff does not agree with the&#8230; …

Black's law dictionary

• 14variance — n. permission to bypass a regulation (legal) (US) 1) to grant a variance 2) to apply for a variance 3) a zoning variance disagreement 4) at variance with (a theory at variance with the facts) * * * [ ve(ə)rɪəns] [ permission to bypass a&#8230; …

Combinatory dictionary

• 15variance — n the mean square of deviations (or errors) of a set of observations; the sum of squared deviations (or errors) of individual observations with respect to their arithmetic mean divided by the number of observations less one (degrees of freedom);&#8230; …

Coke&Coal Terminology

• 16variance — UK [ˈveərɪəns] / US [ˈverɪəns] noun Word forms variance : singular variance plural variances formal a) [uncountable] differences between two or more similar things A recent study has found wide variance in death rates nationwide. b) [countable] a …

English dictionary

• 17variance — var|i|ance [ˈveəriəns US ˈver ] n 1.) be at variance (with sb/sth) formal if two people or things are at variance with each other, they do not agree or are very different ▪ Tradition and culture are often at variance with the needs of modern&#8230; …

Dictionary of contemporary English

• 18variance — [[t]ve͟əriəns[/t]] variances 1) PHRASE: v link PHR, oft PHR with n If one thing is at variance with another, the two things seem to contradict each other. [FORMAL] Many of his statements were at variance with the facts... This idealistic concept&#8230; …

English dictionary

• 19variance — dispersija statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Atsitiktinių dydžių verčių sklaidos statistinė charakteristika, išreiškiama stebėtųjų verčių nuokrypių nuo jų vidurkio kvadratų suma, padalyta iš vienetu sumažinto stebėtųjų&#8230; …

Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas

• 20Variance — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Sur les autres projets Wikimedia&#160;: «&#160;Variance&#160;», sur le Wiktionnaire (dictionnaire universel) En statistique et en probabilité, variance En …

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