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ANSWERS
FORMULAS FOR
POPULATION VARIANCE
AND STANDARD
DEVIATION
DEFINITION
the largest distance from the mean is 5 points and the smallest distance is 1 point. Thus,
the standard distance should be s
EXAMPLE 4.3
SECTION 4.3 / STANDARD DEVIATION AND VARIANCE FOR A POPULATION 97
The Definitional Formula for SS The ﬁrst of these formulas is called the deﬁni—
tional formula because the symbols in the formula literally deﬁne the process of adding
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EXAMPLE 4.2
FIGURE 4.3
A frequency distribution
histogram for a population
of N = 5 scores. The mean
for this population is u = 6.
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the mean is 1 point, and the
largest distance is 5 points.
The standard distance (or
standard dev
94
CHAPTER 4 MEASURES FOB VARIABILITY
DEFINITION
FIGURE 4.2
The calculation of variance
and standard deviation.
Step 4 Remember that our goal is to compute a measure of the standard distance
from the mean. Variance, which measures the average squared dist
EXAMPLE 4.1
DEFINITION
SECTION 4.3 / STANDARD DEVIATION AND VARIANCE FOR A POPULATION 93
For example, a deviation score of -6 corresponds to a score that is below the mean by
a distance of 6 points.
Step 2 Because our goal is to compute a measure of the s