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Q: How do you find graph median by using standard deviation?

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You cannot because the standard deviation is not related to the median.

When using the mean: the variance or standard deviation. When using the median: the range or inter-quartile range.

to calculate standard deviation using pointers

=stdev(...) will return the N-1 weighted sample standard deviation. =stdevp(...) will return the N weighted population standard deviation.

No it is not correct.

The variance or standard deviation.

Central tendency is measured by using the mean, median and mode of a set of numbers. Variation is measured by using the range, variance and standard deviation of a set of numbers.

Standard deviation can be calculated using non-normal data, but isn't advised. You'll get abnormal results as the data isn't properly sorted, and the standard deviation will have a large window of accuracy.

You calculate the standard error using the data.

The standard deviation stretch is used to stretch the output values using a normal distribution. The result of this stretch is similar to what is seen by the human eye.

The answer depends on what functions are built into your calculator. Read the calculator manual.

The standard deviation, in itself, cannot be high nor low. If the same measurements were recorded using a unit that was a ten times as large (centimetres instead of millimetres), the standard deviation for exactly the same data set would be 1.8. And if they were recorded in metres the sd would be 0.018

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