• anonymous
data point lie within +- sd (standard deviation) of the average .86, .85, .66 , .60 , .60 , .60 , .59 ,.58 , .56 , .52 ,.50 . So calculate the percentage of data points lying within a standard deviation of the average?
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  • katieb
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  • theEric
Hi! The math section will probably have some people who can help! I forget how to do this stuff, and I'm working on other things at the moment. Statistics is a section of mathematics, so Maybe you'll want to close this and ask it there!
  • anonymous
ok thanks.)

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