# be+at+variance

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**Variance d'une variable aléatoire X**— ● Variance d une variable aléatoire X moment centré d ordre 2 noté V (X), Var (X) ou σ2. (V (X) = E [(X − E(X))2].) …12

**variance**— *discord, contention, dissension, difference, strife, conflict Analogous words: difference, diversity, divergency, disparateness (see corresponding adjectives at DIFFERENT): separation, division, severing, sundering (see corresponding verbs at… …13

**variance**— [n] difference about face*, argument, change, conflict, contention, deviation, difference of opinion, different strokes*, disaccord, disagreement, discord, discrepancy, dissension, dissent, dissidence, disunity, divergence, diversity, division,… …14

**Variance**— In probability theory and statistics, the variance of a random variable, probability distribution, or sample is one measure of statistical dispersion, averaging the squared distance of its possible values from the expected value (mean). Whereas… …15

**Variance (statistiques et probabilités)**— Pour les articles homonymes, voir Variance. En statistique et probabilité, la variance est une mesure arbitraire servant à caractériser la dispersion d une distribution ou d un échantillon. Sommaire 1 Définition …16

**Variance swap**— A variance swap is an over the counter financial derivative that allows one to speculate on or hedge risks associated with the magnitude of movement, i.e. volatility, of some underlying product, like an exchange rate, interest rate, or stock… …17

**Variance (accounting)**— In budgeting (or management accounting in general), a variance is the difference between a budgeted, planned or standard amount and the actual amount incurred/sold. Variances can be computed for both costs and revenues.The concept of variance is… …18

**Variance (land use)**— A variance is a requested deviation from the set of rules a municipality applies to land use known as a zoning ordinance, building code or municipal code. In today’s land use approval environment a variance request can be a fatal flaw for… …19

**Variance**— A measure of dispersion of a set of data points around their mean value. The mathematical expectation of the squared deviations from the mean. The square root of the variance is the standard deviation. The New York Times Financial Glossary * * *… …20

**variance**— Statistical term that quantifies the dispersion of data such as rates or prices around the mean. For example, highly volatile rates are rates that are sometimes high above the mean and sometimes way below the mean. Less volatile rates are… …