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    Two craps tables collect an average of $500 per hour. One table has a standard deviation of $50 while the other has a standard deviation of $150. What conclusion can be drawn from the data? Normally, would one want a larger of smaller standard deviation? Please discuss and show any work associated with this question. Thanks

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    I would suspect that the one with the larger standard deviation plays larger amounts than the one with smaller standard deviation. It is also ...

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    The answer clearly explains the concept of risk and return using the example in the question. The answer does an excellent job of explaining the concepts. Overall, a great answer.

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