gross errors

gross errors

[¦grōs ′er·ərz]
(statistics)
Errors that occur when a measurement process is subject occasionally to large inaccuracies.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is a strange thing to behold, what gross errors and extreme absurdities many (especially of the greater sort) do commit, for want of a friend to tell them of them; to the great damage both of their fame and fortune: for, as St.
Two gross errors may be observed in the streams F2 and T7, with regard to the input stream of the hot flow in the heat exchanger and the inlet temperature of the cold flowof heat exchanger respectively with magnitude 4 and 5?.
If this party insists on its gross errors, this will only lead to the continuation of tension and polarization.
Okay, this film was never meant to be a textbook lesson in history so we will gloss over the gross errors in life as it interprets it.
And why are the people who decided the sale price - who trousered millions themselves - not held accountable for such gross errors? If an individual had pulled a scam like this, they would be facing jail yet when the Government do it, we're supposed to believe it doesn't matter.
With the intention of proposing a practical control measure, or an improvement in reports, the gross errors were reviewed and classified into four groups attending to their possible cause:
He said the petitioners had pointed out "gross errors and irregularities" in the preparation of the electoral rolls and they alleged that approximately half of the city's six million voters had had their registration moved to other parts of the country.
After blistering criticism of gross errors in the decade-long investigation of the 10 killings, Friedrich said the domestic intelligence bureau and police on the federal and state level should be required to submit all relevant data.
"For over 15 years, the Irish bishops have had to be dragged to the courts and tribunals of inquiry to admit gross errors. In 1996 we were told that the bishops had been on a learning curve.
He didn't make simple errors that all humans make, he made gross errors in his work."
"They frequently made gross errors. Cooking is chemistry in the kitchen and one has to have the correct formula, equipment and procedures.