# average deviation

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## average deviation

[′av·rij ‚dē·vē′ā·shən]
(mathematics)
In statistics, the average or arithmetic mean of the deviation, taken without regard to sign, from some fixed value, usually the arithmetic mean of the data. Abbreviated AD. Also known as mean deviation.
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Extreme deviations, which will be discussed in the next section, led to the quite high average deviations between the measured and calculated values of about 35%-40% by both models.
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A summary of the method is given in Table 4, while Table 5 gives the average deviations and the average absolute deviations obtained for the 180 substances using the model summarized in Table 4.
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The average deviation of IPES investment during the 2001 recession (-7.

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