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Actually supporting the intended point or claim; acceptable as cogent,
  1. Actually supporting the intended point or claim; acceptable as cogent
    • - a valid criticism
  2. Legally binding due to having been executed in compliance with the law
    • - a valid contract
  3. Legally acceptable
    • - the visas are valid for thirty days

  1. well grounded in logic or truth or having legal force; "a valid inference"; "a valid argument"; "a valid contract"
  2. still legally acceptable; "the license is still valid"
  3. (validity) cogency: the quality of being valid and rigorous
  4. (validity) robustness: the property of being strong and healthy in constitution
  5. (validly) with validity; in a valid manner; "this may not validly be done"
  6. (validness) validity: the quality of having legal force or effectiveness
  7. The term validity in logic (also logical validity) is largely synonymous with logical truth, however the term is used in different contexts. Validity is a property of formulae, statements and arguments. A logically valid argument is one where the conclusion follows from the premises. ...
  8. (Validity (statistics)) In science and statistics, validity has no single agreed definition but generally refers to the extent to which a concept, conclusion or measurement is well-founded and corresponds accurately to the real world. ...
  9. Well grounded or justifiable, pertinent; Acceptable, proper or correct; Related to the current topic, or presented within context, relevant; A formula or system that evaluates to true regardless of the input values
  10. (validity) The state of being valid, authentic or genuine; Having legal force; A quality of a measurement indicating the degree to which the measure reflects the underlying construct, that is, whether it measures what it purports to measure (see reliability)
  11. (Validity) in marketing research, the obtaining of the right information for the purposes of the study.
  12. (Validity) As applied to a test refers to a judgment concerning how well a test does in fact measure what it purports to measure.
  13. Validity refers to the degree to which a study accurately reflects or assesses the specific concept that the researcher is attempting to measure. ...
  14. (Validity) These terms of trade govern the sale and supply of goods by 365 Salespoint to you. 365 Salespoint may amend these terms from time to time you will be notified of any amendments by a notice on the website.
  15. (Validity) The extent to which the data collection strategies and instruments measure what they intend to measure.
  16. (Validity) If any part of these Terms and Conditions is invalid or unenforceable, that invalidity does not affect the validity or enforceability of any other part.
  17. (2. VALIDITY) The conditions shall apply to the exclusion of any other terms and conditions proposed by the Customer unless acceptance of such terms and conditions has been confirmed by the Company to the Customer in writing.
  18. (Validity) measuring what you say you’re measuring. Reliability is a necessary condition for validity, but it’s not sufficient. You can have construct validity, without being able to measure it reliably. Likewise, you can measure something reliably without it having construct validity.
  19. Validity is the extent to which the scores on a test are appropriate for a particular purpose. The validity of the scores depends on the way they are being interpreted and used. Scores on a test can be highly valid for one purpose and much less valid for another. ...
  20. (Validity) Quotations are valid for 60 days from date unless otherwise stated.
  21. (Validity) The amount of error found in the results of a scientific equation.
  22. (Validity) The Terms and Conditions set forth in this document are valid until revokation.
  23. (validity) refers to the idea that a measurement tool's output represent a report that is a solid indicator of whatever characteristics the designer has targeted.  Validity may be an issue of whether a tool accurately represents a theoretical construct. ...
  24. (Validity) The test measures the desired performance and appropriate inferences can be drawn from the results. The assessment accurately reflects the learning it was designed to measure.
  25. (5. VALIDITY) This offer is open for acceptance for a period of 45 days from the date of issue, unless previously withdrawn.