|(Astrology) of the aspect between two heavenly bodies when they are one-fifth of the zodiac apart (72 degrees), distance between planets, statistical division, statistical value||quintile|
|(Statistics) measure of the degree to which statistical data varies from the mean (equal to the square root of the average of the square roots of the deviations)||SD (standard deviation)|
|A statistical factor used for the conversion current dollar purchasing power into inflation-adjusted purchasing power enabling the comparison of prices while accounting for inflation in two different time periods.||Deflator|
|A statistical measure of the degree to which random variables move together. A positive covariance implies that one variable is above (below) its mean value when the other variable is above (below) its mean value.||Covariance|
|ability to do arithmetic, basic math, calculation using basic mathematics, relating to arithmetic, use of numbers||arithmetic|
|account or bill, calculation, computation; guessing, supposing, estimating, settlement of an account, time to account for wrongs||reckoning|
|act of deviating; aberration, abnormality; divergence, change or difference, compass error, difference from statistical average, unacceptable behavior or attitude||deviation|
|act of joining one thing to another; basic mathematical operation in which separate numbers are brought together into one total sum; augmentation, supplement, something added, annex, calculation, chemical reaction, putting in or on, see also:substitution||addition|
|act of measuring and recording the characteristics of a plot of land; land survey report (often in the form of a map); review, overview; statistical study, act of measuring land, analysis of poll sample, area surveyed, consider something generally, cri...||survey|
|add (Mathematics); summarize, add up, amount of money, amount that is determined by adding two or more numbers; whole amount, entire quantity; unspecified amount; essence, gist; group of numbers to be added up; summary, arithmetical calculation, combin...||sum|
|after-effect; postponed or delayed business; carried from one page to the next (Accounting), item transferred in account or calculation, something continued into the next period||carryover|
|agree something, arrange or order something, attribute something, calculation of position, convert nitrogen to a stable form, cure something, determine; set firmly; stabilize; arrange; repair; prepare; attract; focus on; illegally influence the outcome...||fix|
|alteration that improves, amendment, making right; punishment, discipline, fall in prices, modification to calculation, punishment meant to improve, removing of errors, treatment of offenders||correction|
|angle between planets, statistical division, statistical value||sextile|
|Applies to derivative products. Statistical measure of the degree to which the movements of two variables (stock/option/convertible prices or returns) are related. See: Correlation coefficient.||Correlation|
|approach; estimate, guess, conjecture, estimation, rough calculation, similar thing||approximation|
|arrangement of statistical data||frequency distribution|
|as something happens, at the same time as when it happens, nickname for a calculation methodology whereby the computer arranges information quickly and reacts in a short period of time; actual time which passes during some act or operation||real things|
|behavior, deportment, demeanor, manner; influence; direction; machine part on which another part turns, calculation of direction or geographic position, heraldic device, housing for a moving part, relevance, support for beam, way of moving or standing||bearing|
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