I think standard deviation comes into play with the weather, for instance when comparing two cities. They may both has similar average temperatures year round, as is the case with Las Vegas, NV and San Diego California, both of which sport a nice annual average (average of the monthly averages) in the mid 60's. San Diego very rarely has days above 90, whereas Las Vegas spends at least a third of its year over 90. San Diego's temperature is very moderate compared to Las Vegas that gets hot in the summer and freeze in the winters.
mode-the most (highest # in a set of data) median-the middle # when you put a set of data in order from least to greatest let's take for example a reasonable set of 10,3,4,5,7,5,9 3,4,5,5,7,9,10 3,4,5,5,7,9,10 and than your mode 5 because there was two 5's so YES IT IS POSSIBLE TO HAVE THE SAME MEDIAN AND MODE FOR ONE SET OF DATA DEPENDING ON WHAT THAT SET OF DATA IS
VIII, representing 8, would be the smallest in most standard Roman Numeral formats. There are some formats that will use IIII for four.
A prism will always have at least TWO bases
The least common multiple is 210.
The median is least affected by an extreme outlier. Mean and standard deviation ARE affected by extreme outliers.
No. Standard deviation is the square root of a non-negative number (the variance) and as such has to be at least zero. Please see the related links for a definition of standard deviation and some examples.
There is insufficient information in the question to answer it. In order to compute a mean and a standard deviation, you need at least two data points, but the question only gave one. Please restate the question.
to calculate the standard deviation you must put each number in order from the least to the gr east then you must find your mean after you find your mean you must subtract your mean from each of the data set numbers once you finishsubtracting the data set numbers you add them up and divide by the amount of numbers there are and you have found the standard deviation.
To find a median, put the set of numbers in least to greatest. The number in the middle = median.
1. Space required 2. Variability in sunlight = variability in power output 3. Initial expense
No and a single number cannot have a median either you need a series (at least two) to have a median.
arrange the set of number in order from least to greatest and the middle number is the median. You have to arrange them in order from least to greatest or it's wrong. (or greatest to least)
the whole question is that The data is not perfectly linear. Identify at least 2 sources of variability in this data AND explain the effect of each? Sources of variability = outlier???? so do I just need to indicate where the outliers are???
When numbers are put in order either least to greatest or greatest to least, the one in the middle is the median. In an even set of numbers the average of the middle two numbers is the median. 30.5 is the median of these 3 numbers.
This could be a bimodal. There are many other factors that would have to be taken into account as well.
It is the number in the middle of the set from least to greatest or greatest to least. If you're having trouble, remember this song: Mean, median, mode.Mean, median, mode. Here's what they are. Here's what they are. The mean is the one that you add then divide. The median is the one in the middle of the line. The mode is the one you see most of the time. Mean, median, mode. Mean, median, mode.