Asked by maddy 5 years ago

1. Consider the following table of the ages of our first six presidents

**Ages of the first 6 presidents at inauguration**

Washington 57

J. Adams 61

Jefferson 57

Madison 57

Monroe 58

JQ Adams 57

a. Find the mean of the data set

b. Find the standard deviation (showing all work)

c. How many of the presidents ages fall within one standard deviation of the mean?

2. Consider the following table of the ages of our last six presidents

**Ages of the last 6 presidents at inauguration**

Carter 52

Reagan 69

G. Bush 64

Clinton 46

GW Bush 54

Obama 47

a. Find the mean of the data set

b. Find the standard deviation (showing all work)

c. How many of the presidents ages fall within one standard deviation of the mean?

3. Consider the standard deviations you found in parts (1) and (2). Which standard deviation indicates more variation in the data set? Justify your answer.

MAT 142

dispersion measure

Answered by yoKev 5 years ago

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