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Statistics - Finding Standard Deviation

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15) According to the empirical rule, what percent of data should fall between +/1 stdev? +/-2 stdev? +/- 3 stdev? How does this compare to the
a. Results for a random shape at 20 samples?
b. Results for a random shape at 200 samples?
c. Results for a bell shape at 20 samples?
d. Results for a bell shape at 200 samples?
16) How do the results from the random shape compare to the results from the bell shape? How did increasing the sample size change your assessment?

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According to the Empirical Rule, in a data set that is mound-shaped a symmetric approximately 68.3% of the data in the data set should fall between +/- 1 stdev of the (sample) mean; approximately 95.4% of the data in the data set should fall between +/- 2 stdev of the (sample) mean; and, 99.7% of all the data in the data set (so pretty much all of the values in the data set) should fall between +/- 3 stdev of the (sample) mean.
a. Results for a random shape at ...

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