Random

Is a condition in finance or economics whereby changes occur on a probabilistic basis. The underlying probability function may be known or unknown.
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Random

Refers to events that are, in principle, haphazard and unpredictable. See also chance.
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random

[Adjective] By chance, without any plan.
Example: Each week I pick my lottery numbers at random.
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Random

Refers to events that are, in principle, haphazard and unpredictable. See also chance.
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random

[adj] - taken haphazardly 2. [adj] - lacking any definite plan or order or purpose
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Random

By chance.
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Random

Random: The process by which an outcome is determined solely by chance, for example, by a coin flip. A randomized controlled trial is a clinical trial that involves at least one test treatment and one control treatment and in which the treatments to be administered are selected by a random process, such as the use of a table of random numbers. The ...
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Random

Ran'dom (răn'dŭm) noun [ Middle English randon , Old French randon force, violence, rapidity, à randon , de randon , violently, suddenly, rapidly, probably of German origin; confer German rand edge, border, Old High German rant shield, edge of a...
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Random

Ran'dom adjective Going at random or by chance; done or made at hazard, or without settled direction, aim, or purpose; hazarded without previous calculation; left to chance; haphazard; as, a random guess. « Some random truths he can impart.» Wordsworth. « So sha...
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random

1. Force; violence. 'For courageously the two kings newly fought with great random and force.' (E. Hall) ... 2. A roving motion; course without definite direction; want of direction, rule, or method; hazard; chance; commonly used in the phrase at random, that is, without a settled point of direction; at hazard. 'Counsels, when they fly At random, s...
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random

adjective taken haphazardly; `a random choice`
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random

Not completely predetermined by the other variables available. Examples: Consider the function plus(x,y) which we define to have the value x+y. Every time one applies this function to a given x and y, it would give the same answer. Such a function is deterministic, that is, nonrandom. Consider by contrast the function N(0,1) which we define to give...
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random

(ran´dәm) pertaining to a chance-dependent process.
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Random

• (n.) The direction of a rake-vein. • (n.) Force; violence. • (a.) Going at random or by chance; done or made at hazard, or without settled direction, aim, or purpose; hazarded without previous calculation; left to chance; haphazard; as, a random guess. • (n.) Distance to which a missile is cast; range; reach; as, the random of...
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random

random 1. Proceeding, made, or occurring without definite aim, reason, or pattern: 'They made random selections of people who could participate in the TV quiz.' 2. Characterizing a process of selection in which each item of a set has an equal probability of being chosen. 3. In building construction: with reference to building materials; lacking un...
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Random

Process or event that occurs by chance.
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random

pertaining to an entity that may take any of the values of a specified set, each value achieved being unpredictable and governed by chance
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random

Without cause; not compressible; obeying the statistics of a fair coin toss. Related entries • random number • random walk
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Random

Random is American slang for out of the ordinary, eccentric.
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random

Type: Term Pronunciation: ran′dŏm Definitions: 1. Governed by chance; used of a process in which the outcome is indeterminate but may assume any of a set of values (the domain) with probabilities specifiable in advance. Although the random process is widely used in probability theory, empiric justification for the term is more complicate...
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Random

Is a condition in finance or economics whereby changes occur on a probabilistic basis. The underlying probability function may be known or unknown.
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Random

[Lady Sovereign song] `Random` is the first CD single from UK hip hop artist Lady Sovereign, following the release of her 12` vinyl single `Ch Ching (Cheque 1 2)` in 2004. It was her second and last single for Casual Records in 2005. The single was Lady Sovereign`s first to make the UK top 75, peaking at #73 there and spending one week with...
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random

ness When events or players
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Random

A stone pattern where joints are web-like.
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random

–ness adj. When events or players’ actions in a game are very unpredictable. Often players will have little, if any, control over the elements that control their performance in the game. (See also
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