Standard deviation is a measure of the spread of data around the mean. The standardized value or z-score, tells how many standard deviations the measurement is away from the mean, and in which direction.
z score = (observation - mean) / standard deviation
Standard deviation is the unit measurement. This tells what the value a decimal is.
gives a standardized unit that tells how far away each measurement is from the mean
That would be the z-score.z = (measurement - mean) / standard deviation
You'll want to look up variance and standard deviation.
If units where never standardized, each unit could have many different values. For example, If we didn't have a universal standardization for time a second could last a year or a day.
It is difficult to say that the rules of lacrosse are standardized. Each league and age group has slightly different rules and each group was set up at different times.
For a standardized variable, each case's value on the standardized variable indicates it's difference from the mean of the original variable in number of standard.
Several observations are taken for each measurement to eliminate or decrease the margin of error.
Each chemical element has a standardized chemical symbol, not a formula.
Every state has a different standardized test, so each state is different.
Lionblaze has no mate, but Cinderheart and him seem to like each other. Unfortunetly, Cinderheart goes crazy when Lionbaze tells her he is on of the Three, and runs away from him.
It tells what elements are in a compound and the number of each type of atom in each molecule/formula unit.
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List a metric unit for each measurement: lenght, volume, weight, and density,
The measurement of 2 in the parallelogram when 1 and 3 are each 35 degrees is 145 degrees.
The volume of a cube with a measurement of 3.5 on a side is 42.875.
An equalateral triangle doesn't have a measurement because each side just has to be the same. It can be an measurement. The triangle's degree's is always 360.
A decimal measurement is simply a way of representing a measurement in such a way that the place value of each digit is ten times that of the digit to its right.
Each grammar school test will be a little different depending on the subject, the teacher, and the school. Standardized tests are tests given to all students of a certain grade to see how they are doing. Don't be scared if everyone tells you the test is hard.
45 degrees each
Look at the parallelogram below. <1 and <3 are each 35 degrees. What is the measurement of <2?
It would be a nominal level of measurement. Each choice would be unique but there is no value attached to them
In a 78 sided polygon, 1 unit each.