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  1. anonymous
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    What does \[\pm \] mean?

  2. Hero
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    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plus-minus_sign

  3. Hero
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    Open with a different browser

  4. anonymous
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    okay, so it says the plus and minus sign means the 2 possible values, then how can we explain this: \[5.6 \pm 15.0\]

  5. Hero
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    Either 5.6 +15.0 or 5.6-15.0

  6. anonymous
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    That's what I understand but would we put this in words?

  7. anonymous
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    how would we *

  8. Hero
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    That IS in words

  9. anonymous
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    the equation is \[mean \pm standard deviation \] So would it would be: The 2 possible values of Addition of mean and s.d or subtraction of mean and s.d?

  10. Hero
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    The meaning of the ± symbol has been explained to you. It is not difficult to understand.If you're still confused, then it must be something else

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    uh, no I got It Thank you

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