Errata

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  1. 2. a list of errors and their corrections inserted, usu. on a separate page or slip of paper, in a book or other publication; corrigenda. [–35] usage: errata is orig. the plural of erratum, a borrowing from Latin. By the midth century, errata had come to be used as a singular noun meaning “a list of errors or corrections for a book.”.
  2. Below are errata for our textbooks. Corrections are made in reprints of our books, so check your book's year of print to determine which errata apply. You will find a .
  3. noun, plural er·ra·ta [ih-rah-tuh, ih-rey-, ih-rat-uh]. an error in writing or printing. a statement of an error and its correction inserted, usually on a separate page or slip of paper, in a book or other publication; .
  4. Primary Mathematics Common Core Edition. 1A | 1B 2A | 2B. 3A | 3B. 4A | 4B. 5A | 5B. Primary Mathematics Standards Edition.
  5. Errata ID: RHSA Title: Moderate: openssl security update Type: security Severity: Moderate Issued: Updated: Description: OpenSSL is a toolkit that implements the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL v2/v3) and Transport Layer Security (TLS v1) protocols, as well as a full-strength, general purpose cryptography library.
  6. Errata (Japanese: エラッタ Eratta) are changes to any part of the text of a card (other than Card Number) that occur between reprints.
  7. Short and minor revisions to a printed or published document to correct spelling and/or typing mistakes. In contrast to 'addendum,' an errata does not adds to the text and, in contrast to 'corrigendum,' does not subtract from it. Use 'errata' in a Sentence.
  8. Errata is originally the plural of the singular Latin noun erratum. Like many such borrowed nouns (agenda; candelabra), it came by the midth century to be used as a singular noun, meaning “a list of errors or corrections to be made (in a book).”.

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