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FAN AND MEDAL! Find Mean and MAD of- 21,23,27,24,19,26,24,17,24,25 and 23,25,29,26,21,28,26,19,26,27. Then express the difference of the means as a multiple of the greater MAD. Round to nearest hundredth.

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    i got the Means, and MADs, but not the last part... 1st row is 23 and 2nd row is 25. The MAD for both is 2.4. Help?

  2. anonymous
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    Minimum: 1 Maximum: 29 Range: 28 Count: 20 Sum: 460 Mean: 23 Median: 24.5 Mode: 26 Standard Deviation: 6.052 Variance: 36.63 Mid Range: 15 Quartiles: Quartiles: Q1 --> 22 Q2 --> 24.5 Q3 --> 26 Interquartile Range (IQR): 4 Sum of Squares: 696 Mean Absolute Deviation: 3.8 Root Mean Square (RMS): 23.74 Std Error of Mean: 1.353 Skewness: -2.47 Kurtosis: 9.369 Coefficient of Variation: 0.2631 Relative Standard Deviation: 26.31%

  3. anonymous
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    what website do you use for that?

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    Minimum: 17 Maximum: 29 Range: 12 Count: 20 Sum: 480 Mean: 24 Median: 24.5 Mode: 26 Standard Deviation: 3.212 Variance: 10.32 Mid Range: 23 Quartiles: Quartiles: Q1 --> 22 Q2 --> 24.5 Q3 --> 26 Interquartile Range (IQR): 4 Sum of Squares: 196 Mean Absolute Deviation: 2.5 Root Mean Square (RMS): 24.2 Std Error of Mean: 0.7182 Skewness: -0.5909 Kurtosis: 2.435 Coefficient of Variation: 0.1338 Relative Standard Deviation: 13.38%

  5. anonymous
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    its this one not the other one

  6. anonymous
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    wait, you mean both o the data sets?

  7. anonymous
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    no the more recent one

  8. anonymous
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    what about the other one

  9. anonymous
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    with the 17 on top

  10. anonymous
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    23,25,29,26,21,28,26,19,26,27

  11. anonymous
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    its wrong the first one

  12. anonymous
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    ummm. hold up

  13. anonymous
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    do you want me to do 23,25,29,26,21,28,26,19,26,27 too?

  14. anonymous
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    yes please

  15. anonymous
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    what site do you use

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    Minimum: 19 Maximum: 29 Range: 10 Count: 10 Sum: 250 Mean: 25 Median: 26 Mode: 26 Standard Deviation: 3.127 Variance: 9.778 Mid Range: 24 Quartiles: Quartiles: Q1 --> 22 Q2 --> 26 Q3 --> 26.5 Interquartile Range (IQR): 4.5 Sum of Squares: 88 Mean Absolute Deviation: 2.4 Root Mean Square (RMS): 25.18 Std Error of Mean: 0.9888 Skewness: -0.6759 Kurtosis: 2.236 Coefficient of Variation: 0.1251

  17. anonymous
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    http://www.calculatorsoup.com/calculators/statistics/descriptivestatistics.php

  18. anonymous
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    thanks

  19. anonymous
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    can literally do anything on it like you questions.

  20. anonymous
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    Non problem

  21. anonymous
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    no problem

  22. anonymous
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    but @yinkim52001 did you read the last part

  23. anonymous
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    Then express the difference of the means as a multiple of the greater MAD. Round to nearest hundredth.

  24. anonymous
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    what does MAD mean?

  25. anonymous
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    mean absolute deveation

  26. anonymous
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    @yinkim52001

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    ME ARE HERE TU SAVE DEH DAY!!!!!!!!!!! *Flips table over* (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ彡┻━┻

  28. anonymous
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    ...

  29. anonymous
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    2.5 is the answer for MAD then

  30. anonymous
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    ik

  31. anonymous
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    but Then express the difference of the means as a multiple of the greater MAD. Round to nearest hundredth.

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    @yinkim52001

  33. anonymous
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    whats that suppose to mean?

  34. anonymous
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    idk

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    @yinkim52001

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    @tkhunny

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    @Vocaloid

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    @mathstudent55

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  40. anonymous
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    I got the Means and MAD's, but then it asks Then express the difference of the means as a multiple of the greater MAD. Round to nearest hundredth.

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