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Synonyms for deviation

Synonyms for deviation

Synonyms for deviation

a variation that deviates from the standard or norm

the difference between an observed value and the expected value of a variable or function

the error of a compass due to local magnetic disturbances

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deviate behavior


a turning aside (of your course or attention or concern)

References in classic literature ?
Variation and deviation are used in setting courses and estimating dead reckoning.
Groups expressing sympathy for religious deviation came in at third place with 37,086 groups, followed by educational and cultural deviation with 35,256 groups, and finally economic deviations at 4,178 groups.
Technical Or Commercial Deviations If Any Are To Be Necessarily Indicated At The Prenominated Column On The Offer Form Under Heading Deviations .
Although all scholarly research articles generally report descriptive data in some way (for example, means, standard deviations, percentages), even this relatively simple presentation of basic data can lead to confusion.
Bush carried high standard deviations in their first terms due to war.
For researchers in academia or industry workers needing an understanding of the relationships between tooth working-surface deviations and the vibration excitations caused by these deviations, this volume offers detailed, rigorous treatment.
Not only will the aforementioned 10% aperture size deviations factor greatly in transfer efficiency capability, so will aperture shape.
Today's standards call for virtually no population deviations for congressional districts, though legislative districts can typically deviate up to 10 percent.
All the bids had major and minor technical and commercial deviations from tender requirements.
A morphometric consideration of nasal septal deviations by people with paranasal complaints; a computed tomography study.
2, we report the effects of the FSP on selected variables as percentage deviations in policy simulation results away from base-case simulation results.
On the other hand the deviations of angles between the mirror faces of the multiangular prism can be clearly determined, evaluated and quite easily corrected in the course of measurement data processing.
It can be seen from Table 1 that the standard deviations of the macular pigment measurements obtained with the Macuscope were approximately half those of the MPOD, indicating less variation in measurements and greater reliability.