margin of error

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Synonyms for margin of error

the margin required in order to insure safety

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The reason behind it could be some error margin, as it would be neck-to-neck fight," Kejriwal told media here today.
The lunches are delivered across Mumbai with an amazingly small error margin of just one in six million and without a strike or work disruption for the past 125 years," said Salm Bahrain editor Meera Ravi, whose magazine is co-organising the talk with Nissan.
The survey of 693 adults (sampling error margin of plus or minus 3.
5% error margin, was conducted by the Near East Consulting on a sample of 840 Palestinians distributed in all Palestinian governorates including East Jerusalem and Gaza.
Error margin is estimated to be approximately +2-3 per cent at 95 per cent confidence level.
This represents a growth by 4,000 people, but such a moderate increase is within the error margin," the bureau said.
Digitalizing this process means great savings in terms of time and money, and we also benefit from a lower error margin.
adults conducted between July 3-15, and carried an error margin of 3.
Arrive Alive chiefs recently refused to confirm if they had lowered their error margin over a speed limit, and have consistently dismissed suggestions they are raising money through the safety scheme.
The poll, which has an error margin of plus or minus 4 percentage points, put Villaraigosa at 24 percent, Hertzberg at 21 percent and Hahn at 20 percent - the dead heat - with Parks at 11 percent, state Sen.
But with an error margin of 4pc, it means the two have reached a statistical dead heat.
In order to prevent wrong frequency estimates due to inaccuracies in phase measurement, a sufficient error margin must be provided in the algorithm.
Newsweek magazine polled 1,005 adults Thursday and Friday and had an error margin of plus or minus 3 percentage points.
The CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll of 1,005 people on the terrorist attacks was taken on Friday and Saturday and has an error margin of plus or minus 3 per cent.
The poll has an error margin of plus or minus 3 percentage points.