[sig-nif-i-kuh ns] /sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kəns/
the significance of the new treaty.
The familiar place had a new significance for her.
the quality of being significant or having a meaning:
to give significance to dull chores.
consequence or importance
something signified, expressed, or intended
the state or quality of being significant
a measure of the confidence that can be placed in a result, esp a substantive causal hypothesis, as not being merely a matter of chance
(as modifier): a significance level Compare confidence level See also hypothesis testing
- Significance test
noun 1. (statistics) (in hypothesis testing) a test of whether the alternative hypothesis achieves the predetermined significance level in order to be accepted in preference to the null hypothesis
[sig-nif-i-kuh n-see] /sɪgˈnɪf ɪ kən si/ noun, plural significancies. 1. significance.
adjective 1. important; of consequence. 2. having or expressing a meaning; indicative; suggestive: a significant wink. 3. Statistics. of or relating to observations that are unlikely to occur by chance and that therefore indicate a systematic cause. noun 4. something significant; a sign. adjective 1. having or expressing a meaning; indicative 2. having a covert […]
plural noun, Mathematics. 1. all the nonzero digits of a number and the zeros that are included between them or that are final zeros and signify accuracy: The significant digits of 0.01230 are 1, 2, 3, and the final 0, which signifies accuracy to five places. significant digits (sĭg-nĭf’ĭ-kənt) The digits in a decimal number […]