The fourth letter of the Greek alphabet (D d), corresponding to D.
an object having the shape of the capital D.
A tract of land shaped like the letter delta (D), especially when the land is alluvial and inclosed between two or more mouths of a river; as, the delta of the Ganges, of the Nile, or of the Mississippi.
In hydrologic terms, an alluvial deposit, often in the shape of the Greek letter "delta", which is formed where a stream drops its debris load on entering a body of quieter water.
The change in price of a call option for every one-point move in the price of...
Measures the rate of change in an option's theoretical value for a one-unit change in the underlying. Calls have positive Deltas and puts have negative Deltas. In OptionVue 5, Delta for non-futures based options is the dollar amount of gain/loss you should experience if the underlying goes up one point. For futures-based options, Delta represents an equivalent number of futures contracts times 100.
Also called the hedge ratio, the ratio of the change in price of a call option to the change in price of the underlying stock.
The delta of a derivative is the rate of change in the price of a derivative with the price of the underlying.... more on: Delta
The closed figure produced by connecting three coils or circuits successively, end for end, esp. in a three-phase system; -- often used attributively, as delta winding, delta connection (which see), etc.
A standard three-phase connection in which each phase winding is connected in series to form a closed loop.
A 3-phase alternator wiring configuration in which all phases are connected in Series.
A three-phase transformer connection where the phases are connected in a manner which resembles the Greek letter Delta.
the lowercase delta symbol, , is used for ‰ (per mil) deviation from a standard; whereas uppercase delta, , is used as the measurement of the difference between a product and a reactant.
D d Fourth Letter of the Greek Alphabet. The font "Symbol" most often used on American Computers to Type Cyrillic Letters places it in ASCII 67- the space for capital "C" .It looks just like an "A" with the crossbar dropped to the baseline.
the 4th letter of the Greek alphabet
The upper-case Greek letter used to denote an object's geocentric distance in ephemeris tables; see "ephemeris". (Note that lower-case delta is used to denote declination.)
The set of differences between two versions of a file checked into SCCS.
A symbol used to indicate deviation or difference.
a description of the difference between two frames
a set of differences that can be applied to the primary row to create its back version
Name of a class of Russian boomers.
The former name for Visa Debit
Delta is a Russian clone of ZX Spectrum+ manufactured in 1991 at a former military plant, near the city of Zelenograd. Fully compatible with the Spectrum+, the Delta came equipped with 48 kB of RAM, video output, cassette in/out, two joysticks ports (both Kempston and Sinclair), RGB adjustment controls, and its own expansion port for Russian hardware.
The state of mind we enter during deep sleep, total unconsciousness.
Is the deep sleep or coma state (0.5-3.0HZ).
A brain frequency between 0 and 4 c/s. It is the brain frequency associated with being unconscious, and while sleeping in what is called Stage 4, or slow wave sleep.
Advanced qualification for misguided sad gits who want to make a "career" out of teaching English.
Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults. Advanced teaching qualification validated by Cambridge University.
DELTA, the Diploma in English Language Teaching to Adults, is a professional qualification in English language teaching awarded by Cambridge Assessment, formerly UCLES, a part of the University of Cambridge. The Diploma (or Dip) is often seen as a follow-up to the certificate known as the CELTA, once the individual has done a couple of years of teaching and has decided on a more long-term and serious commitment to the teaching of English. The Dip does not cover related non-teaching responsibilities (admininstration, training of teachers, and so on), but those who undertake these tasks often hold this qualification, or its equivalent.