Significants



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 or implied meaning; suggestive
3.
important, notable, or momentous
4.
(statistics) of or relating to a difference between a result derived from a hypothesis and its observed value that is too large to be attributed to chance and that therefore tends to refute the hypothesis

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