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significance

[sig′nif·i·kəns]
(mathematics)
The arbitrary rank, priority, or order of relative magnitude assigned to a given position in a number.
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And for the umpteenth time, significance is superior to success.
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2018 is of immense significance for Pak both internally and externally with monumental challenges.
The present argument's primary focus is practical significance referring to the magnitude of an effect supported by statistical evidence.
The Significance of Moths" is one of those collections of free verse that will linger in the mind and memory long after the slender volume has been finished and set back upon the shelf.
Multiple significance tests: the Bonferroni method.
Statistical significance is the probability that an effect seen in a study is not likely to be due only to chance variation (Polit & Beck, 2010).
A work of impressive scholarship throughout, "Psychology of Music: From Sound to Significance" is organized into four major sections: Foundations; The Perception and Cognition of Music; Development, Learning, and Performances; The Meaning and Significance of Music.
The inspections identified 153 issues, of which 146 were of "very low security significance" and seven were of "greater than very low security significance.
Hence it is misnomer that if the results are statistically significant then the therapy is of clinical significance.
Dubai As the world faces a same number palindrome at 11 minutes and 11 seconds past 11am today the debate continues about the significance of the event that happens only once in every 100 years.
And only significance provides that; success by itself cannot.