# in+sum+total

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**Sum of squares**— is a concept that permeates much of inferential statistics and descriptive statistics. More properly, it is the sum of the squared deviations . Mathematically, it is an unscaled, or unadjusted measure of dispersion (also called variability). When …62

**total**— [tōt′ l] adj. [ME < MFr < ML totalis < L totus, all, whole < IE base * tēu , to swell > THUMB] 1. constituting the (or a) whole; entire; whole 2. complete; utter [a total loss] n. the whole amount or number; sum; aggregate vt.… …63

**total#**— total adj *whole, entire, all, gross Analogous words: complete, *full, plenary: including or inclusive, comprehending or comprehensive (see corresponding verbs at INCLUDE) total n *sum, aggregate, whole, amount, number, quantity …64

**sum|ma|tion**— «suh MAY shuhn», noun. 1. the process of finding the sum or total; addition: »the…summation of a grotesque assembly of faults (H. G. Wells). 2. the total. SYNONYM(S): aggregate. 3. Law. the final presentation of facts and arguments by the counsel …65

**Total offense**— (or total offence) is an American football and Canadian football statistical measure. In the game of football, progress is measured by advancing the football towards the opposing team s goal line. Progress can be made during play by the offensive …66

**Total organic carbon**— (TOC) is the amount of carbon bound in an organic compound and is often used as a non specific indicator of water quality or cleanliness of pharmaceutical manufacturing equipment. A typical analysis for TOC measures both the total carbon present… …67

**sum up**— [v] form an opinion of; summarize close, conclude, condense, digest, epitomize, estimate, examine, get the measure of, inventory, put in a nutshell*, recapitulate, review, size up, sum, synopsize, total; concept 55 …68

**sum|mate**— «SUHM ayt», transitive verb, intransitive verb, mat|ed, mat|ing. to add; sum; find the total of …69

**Total player rating**— (TPR), also known as Batter Fielder/Pitcher Wins (BFW/PW) is a metric for measuring the value of baseball players, and to enable players to be compared against each other even when they played for different teams, at different positions, and in… …70

**Total**— To tal, n. The whole; the whole sum or amount; as, these sums added make the grand total of five millions. [1913 Webster] …