anonymous
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In a standard normal distribution 95% of the data is within +/- _______standard deviations of the mean
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anonymous
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Will medal for answer
anonymous
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/68%E2%80%9395%E2%80%9399.7_rule
anonymous
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Cant go to wikipedia, it is blocked at my school, and i already got the answer but I'll still medal you since you are the only one who bothered to answer me.

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anonymous
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Well you must have learned the rule at some point, it seems to be standard issue for most stats courses. It's the empirical rule that says for a normal distribution, you can expect \(68\%\) of the distribution to fall within one standard deviation of the mean, \(95\%\) within two, and \(99.7\%\) within three.
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thank you
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You're welcome!

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