*x = *{8,3,5,5,6,2}

Using the data above:

- Demonstrate that subtracting a constant from every score reduces all measures of central tendency by that amount
- Add a 7
^{th}score to the sample to make the sample mean equal to 6.0. How is this exercise related to the concept of degrees of freedom described in the book?

*x = *{4,6,3,8,2}

Using the sample data above:

- Multiply each of the scores above by a constant. What happens to the (sample) standard deviation?
- Add a constant to each of original scores above. What happens to the standard deviation now?

*x = *{5,8,3,8,6,9,9,7}

Using what you learned in problem 2, transform the sample of scores above to form a new sample with a standard deviation of 1.0.

Subject | Mathematics |

Due By (Pacific Time) | 02/06/2014 10:00 am |

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