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Large deposit of alluvial sediment located at the mouth of a stream where it enters a body of standing water.
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An area of deposition or the deposit formed by a flowing sediment-laden current as it enters an open or standing body of water, such as a river spilling into a gulf. As a river enters a body of water, [..]
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The ratio of the change in price of an option to the change in price of the underlying asset. Also called the hedge ratio. Applies to derivative products. For a call option on a stock, a delta of 0.50 [..]
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A measurement of the change in the price of an option resulting from a change in the price of the underlying security.
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An index for fields, blocks, etc., of the same type.
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In hydrologic terms, an alluvial deposit, often in the shape of the Greek letter "delta", which is formed where a stream drops its debris load on entering a body of quieter water.
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The relationship between the option price and the underlying price, which reflects the sensitivity of the price of the option to changes in the price of the underlying.Related Terms: Option 
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An assemblage of sediments accumulated where a stream flows into a body of standing water and its velocity and transporting power are suddenly reduced. . A "delta plain" is the upper [..]
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c. 1200, Greek letter shaped like a triangle, equivalent to our "D," the name from Phoenician daleth "tent door." Herodotus used it of the mouth of the Nile, and it was so used in [..]
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WING - A triangularly-shaped aircraft wing having a low aspect ratio, a sharply-tapered leading edge, a straight trailing edge, and a pointed tip.
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A measure of the rate of change in an option's theoretical value for a one-unit change in the price of the underlying stock.
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the flat, low-lying plain that sometimes forms at the mouth of a river from deposits of sediments. Read more in the NG Education Encyclopedia
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Delta is the rate of change in the price of an option compared to the rate of change in the price of the underlying asset. For example, a delta of 0.50 on a call option means that the option price inc [..]
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The relationship between an option's price and the price of the underlying stock or futures contract is called its delta. If the delta is 1, for example, the relationship of the prices is 1 to [..]
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Programme through which the education ministry enables higher education institutions who are members of a Neso to offer scholarships to students in the host country whom they hope to recruit.
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Designator for the letter "D" in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
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land at the mouth of a river between two or more branches
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a depositional feature found at river mouths under certain conditions. Where the river enters the body of water (sea or lake) there is energy loss and load is deposited. If the rate of deposition exce [..]
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n. 1. [techspeak] A quantitative change, especially a small or incremental one (this use is general in physics and engineering). "I just doubled the speed of my program!" "What was the [..]
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the delta region of the Mekong River south of Saigon
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Definition The change in price of a call option for every one-point move in the price of the underlying security. also called hedge ratio.
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Fan shaped area of land at the mouth of a river, built up from the deposition of alluvium and broken by a number of streams.
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A delta is a low, watery land formed at the mouth of a river. It is formed from the silt, sand and small rocks that flow downstream in the river and are deposited in the delta. A delta is often (but n [..]
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(n) - the deposit of sediments at the mouth of a river
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the area where a river empties into a bay or ocean; in California, the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta region of the Central Valley from Vernalis to Sacramento
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The accumulation of sediment formed where running water enters a large body of water such as a lake or ocean.
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The measure of the price-change relationship between an option and the underlying futures price. Equal to the change in premium divided by the change in futures price.
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See Delta Value.
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  A commonly-used symbol for “change”.  See Plus-Delta (+/Δ)
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A fan-shaped area of sediment built up at the mouth of a river.
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land formed by layers of sand, silts and small rocks which flow downstream and are deposited at the mouth of the river. The Nile River delta and Mississippi River delta are two examples.
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buildup of sediment deposited in a triangular or fan shape at the mouth of a river or stream. density
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A measure of item difficulty, it is a non-linear transformation of the proportion of correct responses arranged to have a mean of 13 and a standard deviation of 4. It should range in value from 1 to 2 [..]
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     The change in an option’s price divided by the change in the price of the underlying instrument.  Hedging strategies are based on delta ratios.
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The ratio of the change in price of an option to the change in price of the underlying asset
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The measure of the rate of change of an option or warrant's price compared to the change of price of the underlying instrument.
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Delta is the ratio of the price change of the derivative to the price change of the underlying asset.
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A ratio that measures an option's price movement compared to the underlying interest's price movement. Delta values have a range of 0 to 1. Deep in-the-money options have deltas that approac [..]
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The measure of the rate of change of an option or warrant's price compared to the change of price of the underlying instrument.
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is the ratio comparing the change in price of an underlying asset to the change in price of a derivative. It is one of the four main statistics, known as "Greeks," used to analyze derivative [..]
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A Greek letter, (δ: lower case and Δ: upper case). Δ is often used to represent a difference, usually a small difference. In calculus you talk about epsilon/delta ε/δ arguments for calculating th [..]
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The ratio of a change in the option price to a small change in the price of the asset on which the option is written. The partial derivative of the option price with respect to the price of the underl [..]
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(n) a low triangular area of alluvial deposits where a river divides before entering a larger body of water(n) an object shaped like an equilateral triangle(n) the 4th letter of the Greek alphabet
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A 3-phase alternator wiring configuration in which all phases are connected in Series.
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 - A three phase connection where each phase is connected in series with the next, separated by a phase rotation of 120 degrees.
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A standard three phase connection with the ends of each phase winding connection in series to form a closed loop with each phase 120 electrical degrees from the other.
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fan-shaped area at the mouth of a river (where seas are relatively calm)
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N Greek letter dalta; delta of the Nile
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A tract of alluvial land, generally trianglular, enclosed and traversed by the diverging mouths of a river.
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Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults. The advanced (post-experience) qualification from University of Cambridge ESOL (UCLES).
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The fan-shaped area at the mouth or lower end of a river, formed by eroded material that has been carried downstream and dropped in quantities larger than can be carried off by tides or currents. Sout [..]
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A depositional plain formed by a river as it enters a standing body of water, such as a lake or the ocean.
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A fan-shaped deposit that forms where a stream enters a lake or ocean and drops its load of sediment.
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A standard three-phase connection with the ends of each phase winding connected in series to form a closed loop with each phase 120 degrees from the other. Sometimes referred to as 3-wire.
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The Queensland Government's Direct Entry Level Training Administration database.
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Difference; error.
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(1) An alluvial deposit, usually triangular, at the mouth of a river of other stream. It is normally built up only where there is no tidal or current action capable of removing the sediment as fast as [..]
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Triangular area of sediment in mouth of a river, so giving river more than one discharging channel.
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The fan-shaped area at the mouth or lower end of a river, formed by eroded material that has been carried downstream and dropped in quantities larger than can be carried off by tides or currents.
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The nearly flat alluvial tract of land at the mouth of a river, commonly forming a triangular or fan-shaped plain resembling the greek letter "delta" in plan view. It is crossed by many dist [..]
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(fingerprint pattern). The area of a fingerprint pattern
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a pattern in a fingerprint where there is a triangulation or a dividing of the ridges.
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An alluvial deposit, often in the shape of the Greek letter "delta", which is formed where a stream drops its debris load on entering a body of quieter water.
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1. The letter "D" in radio comm.2. "Delta pattern": An airborne holding pattern. If there's suddenly a fouled deck on the carrier, you may hear, "Your signal Delta." [..]
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When an aircraft arrives at a boat for recovery, this instruction tells the pilot to stay clear and save gas; refers to a holding pattern at the boat.
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Difference; error.
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In hydrologic terms, an alluvial deposit, often in the shape of the Greek letter "delta", which is formed where a stream drops its debris load on entering a body of quieter water.
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Depiction of relative positions of a race car to another car (such as a safety car) on a current lap, or the performance of a single race car on two or more different laps, as displayed on the steerin [..]
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The correlation factor between a futures price fluctuation and the change in premium for the option on that futures contract. Delta changes from moment to moment as the option premium changes.
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an alluvial deposit made of rock particles (sediment, and debris) dropped by a stream as it enters a body of water.
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A delta is usually a triangular alluvial deposit at the mouth of the river. The San Joaquin Delta is the convergence of the Sacramento River and the northbound San Joaquin River which creates a 700-mi [..]
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A delta is usually a triangular alluvial deposit at the mouth of the river. The San Joaquin Delta is the convergence of the Sacramento River and the northbound San Joaquin River which creates a 700-mi [..]
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The location where a river meets the ocean or other marine environment. It is often characterized by a “fanning” of the river channel into a series of shallow wetlands and channels of fresh, salt [..]
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land formed by mud and sand deposited by a river where the river meets the sea. depression
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The rate of change of the theoretical price of an option with respect to a 1 unit move in the price of the underlying instrument. Also referred to as a hedge ratio because the value of Delta represent [..]
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Difference between plan and performance
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As used with respect to options: The rate of change of a financial derivative's price with respect to changes in the price of the underlying asset. Formally this is a partial derivative. A deriva [..]
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a fan-shaped mass of rock material deposited at the mouth of a stream; for example, deltas form where streams flow into the ocean at the edge of a continent
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In hydrologic terms, an alluvial deposit, often in the shape of the Greek letter "delta", which is formed where a stream drops its debris load on entering a body of quieter water.
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A ratio that measures an option's price movement compared to the underlying interest's price movement. Delta values have a range of 0 to 1. Deep in-the-money options have deltas that approac [..]
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The amount by which the price of an option changes for every dollar move in the underlying instrument.
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The sensitivity of an option’s theoretical value to a change in the price of the underlying asset.
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The ratio that compares the change in the price of the underlying asset to the corresponding change in the price of a derivative
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the expected change in price of an option for a $1 move in the underlying security
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A three-phase connection in which windings are connected end-to-end, forming a closed loop that resembles the Greek letter delta. A separate phase wire is then connected to each of the three junctions [..]
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Ain Alabama A municipality in Minas Gerais, Brazil A municipality in British Columbia, Canada A city and county in Colorado A municipality in Greece A city in Iowa A village in Louisiana [..]
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An area of sediment and silt deposit at the mouth of a river.
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 A triad, relationship, specifically a triad in which each person is sexually and/or emotionally involved with all the other people. Etymology: So named because the Greek letter Delta looks lik [..]
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The ratio of the change in price of an option to the change in price of the underlying asset. Also called the hedge ratio. Applies to derivative products. For a call option on a stock, a delta of 0.50 [..]
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Formed by the deposition of sediments at the mouth of the river, it is usually triangular in shape and has a network of distributaries
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