Translation of variance in Spanish:


discrepancia, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈvɛːrɪəns//ˈvɛriəns/


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    discrepancia feminine
    desacuerdo masculine
    (in statistics) varianza feminine
    to be at variance with sth discrepar de algo
    • to be at variance with sb estar en desacuerdo con algn
    • Random effects are typically assumed to follow normal distributions with zero mean and unknown variances, termed ‘variance components.’
    • In finance, most of the measures we use come straight from statistics - standard deviation, expected value, variance.
    • A statistical test for significance of the regression coefficient requires its variance.
    • Common statistical methods, including chi square, analysis of variance, and multiple regression were used to analyze the data.
    • The method allowed him to investigate the independence of the sample mean and sample variance in certain cases.