A significant fact, event, or thing is one that is important or shows something. I think it was significant that he never knew his own father. + significantly sig·nifi·cant·ly Significantly, the company recently opened a huge store in Atlanta
fairly large; "won by a substantial margin" important in effect or meaning; "a significant change in tax laws"; "a significant change in the Constitution"; "a significant contribution"; "significant details"; "statistically significant" too closely correlated to be attributed to chance and therefore indicating a systematic relation; "the interaction effect is significant at the
means, in reference to a net emission increase or the potential of a source to emit any of the following pollutants, a rate of emission equal to or greater than any of the following rates
A significant amount or effect is large enough to be important or affect a situation to a noticeable degree. A small but significant number of 11-year-olds are illiterate. foods that offer a significant amount of protein insignificant + significantly sig·nifi·cant·ly The number of MPs now supporting him had increased significantly
The potential of a new or modified source to emit air contaminants which would equal or exceed any of the following rates, calculated on the basis of 24-hour emission profiles
When the probability of obtaining a statistical value is below the significance level, the statistic is said to be "statistically significant "
too closely correlated to be attributed to chance and therefore indicating a systematic relation; "the interaction effect is significant at the 01 level"; "no significant difference was found"
A term used in statistics which has a very precise definition It means that the observed event would occur by chance under hypothesized conditions less than a specified proportion of the time For example, we may be interested in knowing whether the means of two samples are the same or different If the sample means are different enough, we might conclude on the basis of a statistical test that the population means are "significantly different at the 5% level" This states that, if the means are actually the same, a difference as large as we observed would occur less than 5% of the time
Fitted or designed to signify or make known somethingl having a meaning; standing as a sign or token; expressive or suggestive; as, a significant word or sound; a significant look
Of sufficient importance to warrant disclosure, special treatment or attention - likely to influence judgements or decisions
We will know we have a 'significant' church when its size is such that, without our continued involvement, growth to include 2% of the Hakka population of Syinju (Hsinchu) and Taoyuan counties is clearly in the forseeable future
A person, such as a family member or close friend, who is important or influential in one's life: “The most important variable in successful smoking cessation is the support of significant others in the new nonsmoker's life” (Carolyn Reuben)
any digit of a number that is known with certainty; any digit of a number beginning with the leftmost non-zero digit and ending with the rightmost non-zero digit (or a zero considered to be the exact value); "he calculated the answer to four significantfigures
The digits of the decimal form of a number beginning with the leftmost nonzero digit and extending to the right to include all digits warranted by the accuracy of measuring devices used to obtain the numbers. Also called significant figures
Students should always quote their final answer to an accuracy consistent with the accuracy of the figures given in the question So, if the numbers you are given to work with are only accurate to 3 sig figs then your answer can't be more accurate, no matter how many decimal places appear on your calculator screen
(Ticaret) An item number in which each individual character is coded to represent a product family, physical characteristic or other aspect of the part and does not use random characters. Significant part number schemes attempt to provide identification of the item merely by looking at the part number, and may encounter limitations when grouping or characteristic strategies change and item numbers need to be recoded. Separate fields that fill grouping and characteristic functions eliminate the need for significant part numbers
(Ticaret) A reported value outside specified control limits or tolerance levels that indicates a failure condition in the system being measured. The sum of all significant variances are often divided by the total number of observations to indicate the hit/miss ratio
(Ticaret) A part number composed of characters that do not imply anything about the characteristics of the part or the family it belongs to. Separate code and description fields are used to convey associated information instead of building it into the part number itself
in an important way or to an important degree; "more importantly, Weber held that the manifold meaning attached to the event by the social scientist could alter his definition of the concrete event itself"
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