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2.3 (cont.) Using the Mean and Standard Deviation Together. 68-95-99.7 rule z-scores. 68-95-99.7 rule. Mean and Standard Deviation (numerical). Histogram (graphical). 68-95-99.7 rule. The 68-95-99.7 rule; applies only to mound-shaped data.

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68 95 99 7 rule
68-95-99.7 rule

Mean and

Standard Deviation

(numerical)

Histogram

(graphical)

68-95-99.7 rule

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Example: textbook costs

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Example: textbook costs (cont.)

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Example: textbook costs (cont.)

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Example: textbook costs (cont.)

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the best estimate of the standard deviation of the men s weights displayed in this dotplot is
The best estimate of the standard deviation of the men’s weights displayed in this dotplot is
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  • 15
  • 20
  • 40

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z scores standardized data values

Z-scores: Standardized Data Values

Measures the distance of a number from the mean in units of the standard deviation

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Exam 1: y1 = 88, s1 = 6; exam 1 score: 91

Exam 2: y2 = 88, s2 = 10; exam 2 score: 92

Which score is better?

comparing sat and act scores
Comparing SAT and ACT Scores
  • SAT Math: Eleanor’s score 680

SAT mean =500 sd=100

  • ACT Math: Gerald’s score 27

ACT mean=18 sd=6

  • Eleanor’s z-score: z=(680-500)/100=1.8
  • Gerald’s z-score: z=(27-18)/6=1.5
  • Eleanor’s score is better.
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In 2007-08 the mean tuition at 4-yr public colleges/universities in the U.S. was $6185 with a standard deviation of $1804. In NC the mean tuition was $4320. What is NC’s z-score?

  • 1.03
  • -1.03
  • 2.39
  • 1865
  • -1865

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