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PRETTY PLEASSSEE HELP!!!!!!!!!!! :( A sample of Geometry class final exam grades are as follows: 80, 85, 72, 76, 95 Find the mean absolute deviation. 1) 49.23 2) 7.96 3) 6.72 4) 63.44 Help me, and I will help you with any subject

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It is the standard deviation without squaring it. Basically it tells you how spread out from the mean your group of numbers is. Here's how to do it: Step 1: find the mean (add all numbers together, divide by how many numbers there are) Step 2: subtract each number in the list from this mean Step 3: take the absolute value of each number (so they are all positive numbers) Step 4: find the mean of these new numbers That's the Mean Absolute Deviation!
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