deviation

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  • They follow the natural laws laid out by God without choice or deviation.
  • These effects are called deviation, and can be caused by a whole range of things.
  • Selection was based upon approximately one standard deviation above the mean, or above.
  • This is because the standard deviation from the mean is smaller than from any other point.
  • This evil shows itself through deviation from the character or will of God.
  • However, in the real world, neither the population mean nor the population standard deviation are known.
  • Most of the deviations were to be followed up within two weeks.
  • The deviations may have been in response to certain conditions on the actual site.
  • Next the absolute deviation between each data point and the average are determined.
  • Thus, theory of large deviations finds its applications in information theory and risk management.
  • Also he brings out the cultural deviations our country faces in the coming future.
  • This is particularly bad if the standard deviation is small relative to the mean.
  • All these deviations from pure black are less marked outside the breeding season.
  • An act becomes evil through deviation from the reason and from divine moral law.
  • They found that it caused only very minor deviations which would not have a significant impact on the result.
  • The episode introduced many significant deviations from the original material.
  • A delay of two standard deviations has been proposed as a standard.
  • There is a standard deviation associated with each species, but these values are not given.
  • From the deviation to the capital the road is not in the best conditions.
  • Deviations typically last a few hours or a few days.
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Words starting with deviation

Meaning of deviation

  • noun A variation that deviates from the standard or norm
    the deviation from the mean
  • noun The difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function
  • noun The error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances
  • noun Deviate behavior