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# Standard Deviation

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17 Apr 2017, 11:05
If D is the standard deviation of x, y, z, what is the standard deviation of x+5,y+5,z+5?

D
3D
15D
D+5
D+15

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18 Apr 2017, 07:55
avinsethi wrote:
If D is the standard deviation of x, y, z, what is the standard deviation of x+5,y+5,z+5?

D
3D
15D
D+5
D+15

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