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Many people know what the word bias means. It means prejudice in favor of or against a thing, person, or group compared to another. The judge showed bias in his ruling, is an example of how to use it in a sentence.

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a sentence with the word bias i it would be : the football game was not fair because the ref was bias towards the other team


You can not have bias in these matters. You have to be clear.


Often there is bias against women in the work force.


You need to avoid bias when you're a teacher.Because of the bias in his study, the results were rejected.


Bias means your conclusions or beliefs are based on preconceived ideas.


Scientists have to put away any bias they may have, when doing experiments.


The level sidewalk then took a light bias, to the left.


what does this word mean built in bias in this sentence? Does this individual have affiliations that might create a built in bias toward this information


The judge had an obvious bias against letting criminals out of jail early.


It's just my bias, I prefer honesty over charisma in candidates.


A bias is an oblique or diagonal line of direction.


Here are some sentences.She shows her bias when she ignores his advice.The scientist allowed his bias to affect his analysis of the experiment.


Bias in sentences shows flawed attitudes, ideas, or actions and are not supported by facts. Examples of biased sentences might be:Hispanics prefer to live on Welfare and cheat the system.Blacks do not care about their communities.


Scientists try to control for experimental bias.An experimental bias often goes unrecognized if the student does not carefully consider sources of potential biases.A desire for a specific outcome is an experimental bias.


You are biasing my choice by telling yours


Jack said the sky is not falling but I told him that was my personal bias.


The judge's bias against the ranchers was obvious from his rulings on the land titles. Racial bias can destroy a community. He sewed bias tape onto the edge of the shirt.


No, bias can either be a noun or a verb. "Biased" can be an adjective. Conjunctions are words (such as and, but, because) that connect words or clauses in a sentence.


Harry couldn't help but notice that no one at the meeting was free from political bias. Unfairness, mind-set, penchant, and spin are all synonyms for the word bias.



Your question forces me to bias my answer in your favor. Please attenuate the bias in that circuit. As a noun: To avoid a bias in the results, the survey should include a cross section of age groups. As an adjective: A bias cut fabric will give the garment more flexibility. As an adverb: If you bias cut the wood, it will add more dimension to the piece. As a verb: Revealing the witness' background could bias the testimony for the jury.


As a noun: To avoid a bias in the results, the survey should include a cross section of age groups. As an adjective: A bias cut fabric will give the garment more flexibility. As an adverb: If you bias cut the wood, it will add more dimension to the piece. As a verb: Revealing the witness' background could bias the testimony for the jury.


It is not incorrect. Maybe a better sentence would be: He tried to sway your vote. Or, He tried to bias your vote.


Gender bias is when one is slanted toward a particular gender because they identify with it. Cultural bias is the same concept applied to cultures - one has a preferred culture because they identify as a member of that culture.



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