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Possible Answers: IN ERROR.

Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 7 Oct 18, Sunday

Random information on the term “Wrong”:

An error (from the Latin error, meaning “wandering”)[1] is an action which is inaccurate or incorrect.[2] In some usages, an error is synonymous with a mistake. In statistics “error” refers to the difference between the value which has been computed and the correct value.[3]

One reference differentiates between “error” and “mistake” as follows:

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An ‘error’ is a deviation from accuracy or correctness. A ‘mistake’ is an error caused by a fault: the fault being misjudgment, carelessness, or forgetfulness. Now, say that I run a stop sign because I was in a hurry, and wasn’t concentrating, and the police stop me, that is a mistake. If, however, I try to park in an area with conflicting signs, and I get a ticket because I was incorrect on my interpretation of what the signs meant, that would be an error. The first time it would be an error. The second time it would be a mistake since I should have known better.[4]

In human behavior the norms or expectations for behavior or its consequences can be derived from the intention of the actor or from the expectations of other individuals or from a social grouping or from social norms. (See deviance.) Gaffes and faux pas can be labels for certain instances of this kind of error. More serious departures from social norms carry labels such as misbehavior and labels from the legal system, such as misdemeanor and crime. Departures from norms connected to religion can have other labels, such as sin.

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