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4 What is (are) the difference between measures of central tendency and measures of dispersion? 1 points Central tendency measures the middle of the data set whereas dispersion measures scattered numbers on the data set. 5. A study based on a sample of 9 students yields the following scores on a 10-point scale of cultural diversity awareness. 5 points 1 2 2 2 6 7 7 8 10 a What is the mean? 5 b What is the median? 6 c What is the mode? 2, 7 d What is the standard deviation?

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Unformatted text preview: 9.274 6 The parole board is alarmed by the low number of years actually spent in prison for those inmates sentenced to 20-year sentences. To help them make parole recommendations they gather data on the number of years served for a sample of 5 potential parolees. The number of years served for these 5 parolees is as follows: 2-4.4=-2.4=5.76 6-4.4=1.6=2.56 7-4.4=2.6=6.76 4-4.4=-.4=.16...
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