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Mary measures the weights of five newly-hatched pythons in ounces. John converts Mary's meausurements to grams. There are 28.35 grams in an ounce. Here are Mary's results.
Calculate the mean and standard deviation of Mary's measurements using the formula for each.
I will attach the graph in the comments. I have absolutely no idea what "formula" the question is referring to.

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@jeweaver145 you might know this

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so do you think they want the mean and standard dev. for the oz or grams?

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well if its oz: mean: 1.12 std. dev.: .082765
if grams: mean: 31.752 std. Dev: 2.346

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Thank you! I think it's for grams but I think I can get away with both ;) And sorry, I just saw this lol. @jeweaver145

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