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  1. mathmate
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    What's 17.6\(\pm\)2\(\times\)3.64

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    It was amzing to find out that Einstein was within 3.65 Standard deviations of the mean

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    Need to do the math and then select the numbers within the range.

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    17.6±2×3.64 = (17.6-7.28, 17.6+7.28) = (10.32, 24.88) Now you can answer "all values fall within 2 standard deviations of the mean??"

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