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- anonymous

the mean doesn't influence the standard deviation right?

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the mean doesn't influence the standard deviation right?

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- amistre64

they are 2 separate units of measure i beleive

- amistre64

it like asking of circumference influence color

- anonymous

okay thanks

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- amistre64

2 different data sets can have different means and the same sd
they can also have the same means and different sds

- amistre64

you calculate a mean of a data set in order to determine that sets sd ...so in that respect it would influence it

- amistre64

but the question is a bit vague

- anonymous

No I mean, the standard deviation is the spread of a data set. The mean is the expected value, or an average. The two are different and don't influence the other right? I know you need one to calculate the other but they are still two separate things dealing with different stuff.

- amistre64

2 things dealing with 2 different aspects of stuff; yes

- anonymous

thanks

- amistre64

one point of considerationtho is that the mean is in finding the the variance and standard deviation; so in that respect the mean would play some part in determing the sd

- amistre64

the mean is used in finding ....

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