**Expected** may refer to:

- Expectation (epistemic)
- Expected value
- Expected shortfall
- Expected utility hypothesis
- Expected return
- Expected gain
- Expected loss

- See also

- Unexpected (disambiguation)
- Expected value (disambiguation)

### Other articles related to "expected":

36 for Easterns against Griqualand West, but in the 2004/05 season he was

**expected**to take more of the bowling effort for the Titans, but only took 20 wickets at a bowling average of 40.65 ... Roelof Van der Merwe was

**expected**to be retained by Somerset but it was

**expected**that a work permit wouldn't be obtainable ...

**Expected**Shortfall - Properties

... The

**expected**shortfall increases as increases ... The 100%-quantile

**expected**shortfall equals the

**Expected**value of the portfolio ... (Note that this is a special case

**expected**shortfall and

**expected**value are not equal in general) ...

... This is eventually

**expected**to result in 0870 numbers returning to revenue share and their regulation being aligned with that for 0871 and 0872 numbers, 0845 regulation being aligned with that ... In 2013 it is

**expected**that Article 21 of Directive 2011/83/EU on Consumer Rights will be enacted ... ” This is

**expected**to bring an end to companies operating customer service lines on 084 and 087 prefixes ...

... or mean, of the squared deviation of that variable from its

**expected**value or mean ... For example, a perfect six-sided die, when thrown, has

**expected**value of Its

**expected**absolute deviation—the mean of the equally likely absolute deviations from the mean—is But its

**expected**squared ... Thus the

**expected**value of the number of heads is and the variance is ...

### Famous quotes containing the word expected:

“We are *expected* to put the utmost energy, of every power that we have, into the service of our fellow men, never sparing ourselves, not condescending to think of what is going to happen to ourselves, but ready, if need be, to go to the utter length of self-sacrifice.”

—Woodrow Wilson (1856–1924)

“Accidents will occur in the best-regulated families; and in families not regulated by that pervading influence which sanctifies while it enhances ... in short, by the influence of Woman, in the lofty character of Wife, they may be *expected* with confidence, and must be borne with philosophy.”

—Charles Dickens (1812–1870)

“If there is any country on earth where the course of true love may be *expected* to run smooth, it is America.”

—Harriet Martineau (1802–1876)