# Definição de 'variance'

substantivo

2.

degree of change or difference; divergence; discrepancy

3.

official permission to bypass regulations; specif., permission to make nonconforming use of zoned property

4.

5. Accounting

the difference between the actual costs of production and the standard or expected costs

6. Law

8. Statistics

the square of the standard deviation

**Expressões:**

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substantivo

1.

2.

our variance on this matter should not affect our friendship

3. at variance

4. statistics

a measure of dispersion obtained by taking the mean of the squared deviations of the observed values from their mean in a frequency distribution

5.

a difference or discrepancy between two steps in a legal proceeding, esp between a statement in a pleading and the evidence given to support it

6.

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## variance in Accounting

(vɛəriəns)Formas da palavra:(regular plural) variances

substantivo (count) (noncount)

(Accounting: Management)

Variance is the difference between an actual cost and a budgeted or standard cost.

The purpose of variance analysis is to provide practical pointers to the causes of off-standard performance
so that management can improve operations.

Favorable or positive variances occur when revenue is higher, or cost lower, than anticipated or planned, leading
to a better profit result.

Variance is the difference between an actual cost and a budgeted or standard cost.

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