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1/28/11 What happens to the mean …add a constant to all scores? The new mean is equal to the original mean plus the constant value. …subtract a constant from all scores? The new mean is equal to the original mean minus the constant value. …multiple all scores by a constant? The new mean is equal to the original mean times the constant value.
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1/28/11 What happens to the Add a constant to all scores? Adding a constant has no effect Subtract a constant from all scores?
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Unformatted text preview: Subtracting a constant has no effect Multiple all scores by a constant? The new standard deviation will be equal to the absolute value of the constant times the original standard 1/28/11 Review: Practice examples 1. Calculate the mean, median, and mode for the following set of numbers? . 15, 23, 23, 27, 28, 31, 32, 37 . 2. What are the deviation scores for the set of numbers? 1/28/11 1/28/11...
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