Definition of Pearson, Karl in English:

Pearson, Karl

Syllabification: Pear·son, Karl
Pronunciation: /ˈpi(ə)rsən
 
/
( 1857–1936), English mathematician; the principal founder of 20th-century statistics. He defined the concept of standard deviation and devised the chi-square test.

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