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variancen. 1) an exception to a zoning ordinance, authorized by the appro...

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VarianceA statistical measure of the dispersion of observation values in a data set. The variance of a sample is the sum of the square of each value in the data set subtracted from the mean divided by one les [..]

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VarianceA measure of how much an economic or statistical variable varies across values or observations. Its calculation is the same as that of the covariance, being the covariance of the variable with itself.

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VarianceA measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value. The mathematical expectation of the average squared deviations from the mean. The square root of the variance is the standard d [..]

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varianceVariance is a statistic that describes the variation we see in a trait.

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VarianceA measure of variability.

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VarianceThe expected value (the probabilityweighted average) of squared deviations from a random variable’s expected value.

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VarianceA measure of variation within a distribution, determined by averaging the squared deviations from the mean of a distribution.

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variancethe amount by which something changes or is different from something else variance in temperature a note with subtle variances of pitchIdioms at variance (with somebody/something)(formal) jump to ot [..]

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variancelate 14c., "fact of undergoing change," from Old French variance "change, alteration; doubt, hesitation" and directly from Latin variantia, from stem of variare "to change&quo [..]

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variancethe average of the squared differences from the mean in a data set.

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VarianceA variance is a deviation from specific requirements of a zoning ordinance due to special conditions of the property.

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VarianceA measure of variability (or spread). It is denoted by σ2 and defined as the meansquare deviation from the mean, that is, the mean of the squares of the differences between individual values of x an [..]

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VarianceIn common usage, the difference between a preestablished measure and an actual measure. [D03581]

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VarianceVariance describes the difference between an expected value and the actual value. As an example, a cost variance would be calculated by subtracting the actual cost from the budgeted cost; a cost ove [..]

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Variance1) An exception to a zoning ordinance, usually granted by a local government. For example, if you own an oddly shaped lot that could not accommodate a house in accordance with your city's setback [..]

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variancediscrepancy: an event that departs from expectations division: discord that splits a group the second moment around the mean; the expected value of the square of the deviations of a random variable fr [..]

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VARIANCEAn exception to municipal zoning regulations granted for a specific time period to allow for nonconforming use of the land.

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VarianceA permit granted as an exception to a zoning ordinance that allows a property owner to meet certain specified needs.

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VarianceThe variance of a list is the square of the standard deviation of the list, that is, the average of the squares of the deviations of the numbers in the list from their mean. The variance of a random v [..]

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variancedisagreement, dissension, discord

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varianceIn statistics, in a population of samples, the mean of the squares of the differences between the respective samples and their mean, expressed mathematically as: where n is the number of samples, xi i [..]

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VarianceA measure of spread within a distribution (the square of the standard deviation).

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varianceA term used with standard costs to report a difference between actual costs and standard costs. To learn more, see Explanation of Standard Costing.

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varianceA measure of the spread of a set of numerical observations; calculated as the average of the squared deviation from the mean. © Nature Education

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varianceDefinitions (2) 1. A measure of the average distance between each of a set of data points and their mean value; equal to the sum of the squares of the deviation from the mean value.

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VarianceA measure of variability based on squared deviations of individual observations from the mean value of the distribution. Its square root is the standard deviation.

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VARIANCEnoun. a gauging of the spread, or dispersion, of scores within a sample, whereby a small variance implies very similar scores, all near the sample mean, and a large variance implies more scores at a l [..]

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VarianceVariance is a measure of how much values in a data set differ from the mean. Do scores tend to center around the mean or are they spread out? For example, take two data sets each with 7 scores ranging [..]

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Variance1 : a disagreement between two documents or positions ;esp : a disagreement between allegations (as in an indictment or complaint) and proof offered at trial that warrants an appropriate remedy (as .. [..]

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VarianceIn probability theory and statistics, the variance of a random variable is a measure of its statistical dispersion, indicating how far from the expected value its values typically are.

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VarianceA measure of the up and down swings your bankroll goes through. Variance is not necessarily a measure of how well you play. However, the higher your variance, the wider swings you'll see in your [..]

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VariancePermission that allows a property owner to depart from the literal requirements of a zoning ordinance that, because of special circumstances, cause a unique hardship.

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VarianceDeviation or difference between an estimated value and the actual value.

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varianceThe mean squared deviation from the average:

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VarianceVariance, var, is a statistical measure obtained by calculating:

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VarianceThe variance of a parameter pool is a measure of the variability of the pool. It is determined by squaring the deviations of each value about the mean and dividing by one less than the number of indiv [..]

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VARIANCESpecial administrative procedure by which one may obtain an exception to zoning rules such as height, setback and type of use. Return to TOP

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VarianceDeviation from a standard or norm

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VarianceDifference between budgetted amount and actual amount. Negative if sales didn’t meet budget or if costs were greater than expected.

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varianceA method by which a government body formally deviates from the terms of its sign or zoning ordinance. Typically, obtaining a variance for a sign requires the applicant to show that it would not be con [..]

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Variancea measure of the spread between values in a data set.

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VarianceA commonly used measure of dispersion for variables. The variance is calculated by squaring the standard deviation. The variance is based on the square of the difference between the values for each ob [..]

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varianceOne of several indices of variability that statisticians use to characterize the dispersion or spread among a list of numbers; the square of the standard deviation.

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varianceOne of several indices of variability that statisticians use to characterize the dispersion or spread among a list of numbers; the square of the standard deviation.

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VarianceVariance is calculated from the differences between the actual value and the mean. These differences are squared and averaged by dividing by (n – 1).

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VarianceThe square of the standard deviation.

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varianceThe act of varying or the state of being variable A difference between what is expected and what happens The state of differing or being in conflict A discrepancy, especially between two legal documen [..]

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Variancesee dispersion:variance

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VARIANCEThe difference between actual and budget performances.

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VarianceOn the RWJF financial reporting form, the dollar difference between the Approved Budget Amount column for a budget period and the expenditures reported for that period.

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VarianceA variance has several meanings in business. In an accounting sense, a variance is the difference between an actual amount and a predetermined standard amount or the amount budgeted. In a statistical [..]

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variance(n) an event that departs from expectations(n) discord that splits a group(n) the second moment around the mean; the expected value of the square of the deviations of a random variable from its mea [..]

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variancean estimate of the variability of a set of measurements about the mean value; it is calculated by subtracting the mean from each of the measurements, squaring the differences, adding all of the square [..]

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VarianceA permit that grants a property owner relief from certain provisions of a zoning ordinance when, because of the particular physical surroundings, shape or topographical condition of the property, comp [..]

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VARIANCEAn exception to municipal zoning regulations granted for a specific time period to allow for nonconforming use of the land.

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VarianceDifference between standard cost and actual cost. Also, the difference between an actual revenue or expense item and the budget for that item, or budget variance.

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VarianceA mathematical measure of the dispersion of the values of a variable around its mean. The variance may arise from a sampling of the population under study, or may just measure the variability of popul [..]

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VarianceA measure of spread, calculated as the average squared deviation of each number from the mean of a data set. The term variance also refers to the sampling variation.

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variancein statistics, the square of the standard deviation.

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varianceA statistic that describes how much the scores in a particular group vary; it is a measure of variability. Some statistical techniques used in testing depend on being able to partition the variance an [..]

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VarianceGovernment permission for a delay or exception in the application of a given law, ordinance, or regulation.

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VarianceGovernment permission for a delay or exception in the application of a given law, ordinance, or regulation.

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VarianceThe variability of a set of numbers can be expressed as a variance. Take a set of numbers, such as 4, 3, 7, 2, 9. Here is how to calculate their variance: 1 Calculate the mean: mean = (4+3+7+2+9)/5 = [..]

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VarianceThe difference between the budgeted amount and the actual amount

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varianceA statistical measure of how values vary from the mean. See also standard deviation.

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VarianceState or EPA permission not to meet a certain drinking water standard. The water system must prove that: (1) it cannot meet a MCL, even while using the best available treatment method, because of the [..]

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varianceAnalysis of variance (ANOVA) is a statistical procedure for summarizing a classical linear model – a decomposition of sum of squares into a component ...

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variancen. 1) an exception to a zoning ordinance, authorized by the appropriate governmental body such as a planning commission, zoning board, county commissioners or city council. 2) a difference between wha [..]

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varianceA type parameter of a class or trait can be marked with a variance

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VariancePermission granted for a limited time (under stated conditions) for a person or company to operate outside the limits prescribed in a regulation.

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VarianceA measure of variability.

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VarianceThe range of results you can expect over a given time period.

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VarianceDeviation or difference between an estimated value and the actual value.

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VarianceA measure of the up and down swings your bankroll goes through.

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varianceThe average squared deviation about the mean of a set of data. A measure of the variation around the central class of a distribution; the average squared deviation of the observations from their mean [..]

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VarianceA measure of variability.

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VarianceA measure of volatility, risk or statistical dispersion. It is the square of the standard deviation.

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VarianceAverage deviation of figures from their mean. In accounting this term is used in reference to the difference between a projected number and its actual number.

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VarianceA measure of the variation shown by a set of observations, equal to the square of the standard deviation. It is defined as the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean, divided by the number of [..]

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VarianceA measure of how much a statistic varies around its mean over all conceptual trials.

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VarianceA statistical measure of variability.

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varianceA measure of the dispersion shown by a set of observations, defined by the sum of the squares of deviations from the mean, divided by the number of degrees of freedom in the set of observations.

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VarianceA measure of spread in the distribution of a random variable.

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varianceThe variance is a quadratic measure of variability. For a data set of size n for a quantitative variable, it is defined as the calculated by dividing the sum of the squared dev [..]

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VarianceA variance is a limited waiver of development standards. A city or county may grant a variance in special cases where: (1) application of the zoning regulations would deprive property of the uses enjo [..]

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varianceThe variance of a distribution is the average of squares of the distances from the values drawn from the mean of the distribution: var(x) = E[(xEx)2]. Also called 'centered second moment.' [..]

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VarianceIn SOS Inventory, a variance is the difference between the actual cost of an item and the expected (standard) cost of an item.

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VarianceA measure of variability.

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VariancePermission to deviate from a specific requirement of the Zoning Code.

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VarianceAn individual exception to a landuse restriction or other legal standard granted because of special circumstances.

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varianceThe act of varying or the state of being variable A difference between what is expected and what happens The state of differing or being in conflict A discrepancy, especially between two legal [..]

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VariancePermission, granted by the Board of Appeals, to depart from the literal requirements of a zoning ordinance. A variance cannot be contrary to public interests and must be based on findings that there a [..]

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Varianceis a device that grants a property owner relief from certain provisions of a zoning ordinance when, because of the particular physical surroundings, shape, or topographical condition of the prop [..]

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VarianceA modification or adjustment of a zoning regulation, which an appeal authority finds necessary so that a property owner may fully enjoy a substantial property right.

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VarianceA grant of exception from a specific zoning standard when the Planning Commission finds, in those rare instances, that the particular physical surroundings, shape, or topography condition of the prope [..]

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Variance(Zoning Variance):

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VarianceThe variance (this term was first used by Fisher, 1918a) of a population of values is computed as:

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varianceThe difference between a planned, budgeted or standard cost and the actual cost incurred. An adverse variance arises when the actual cost is greater than the standard cost. A favourable variance arise [..]

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VarianceA measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value. The mathematical expectation of the average squared deviations from the mean. The square root of the variance is the standard d [..]

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VarianceIn probability theory and statistics, variance is the expectation of the squared deviation of a random variable from its mean. Informally, it measures how far a set of (random) numbers are spread out [..]

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VarianceA variance is a deviation from the set of rules a municipality applies to land use and land development, typically a zoning ordinance, building code or municipal code. The manner in which variances ar [..]

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VarianceIn budgeting (or management accounting in general), a variance is the difference between a budgeted, planned, or standard cost and the actual amount incurred/sold. Variances can be computed for both c [..]

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VarianceVariance is the third album by electronic musician Jega, released on 20 July 2009 by Planet Mu.

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VarianceIn probability theory and statistics, variance measures how far a set of numbers are spread out. Variance may also refer to: Variance (accounting), the difference between a budgeted, planned or standa [..]

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VarianceIn probability theory and statistics, variance measures how far a set of numbers are spread out. Variance may also refer to: Variance (accounting), the difference between a budgeted, planned or standa [..]

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VarianceIn probability theory and statistics, variance is the expectation of the squared deviation of a random variable from its mean. Informally, it measures how far a set of (random) numbers are spread out [..]

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