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The graph shows the growth from 1960 through 2008 of nuclear power

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a) Netherlands
B) 100%

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A) Standard Deviation has a positive correlation with Range. As Canada has highest range, IMO Ans should be Canada.

B) Year 2000: Total Power Production of (approx)
Sweden: 15
Netherlands: 1

Eqn: 15 = x% * 1
So, X = 1500

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About the first question, the answer seems to be Canada because the range is highest, but can we judge the standard deviation just by guessing the range?


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New post 23 Aug 2018, 19:32
1. Canada...Comparing Canada and Netherlands ..graph for Canada starts to "rise" before Netherlands and ends almost similarly with more waves..so SD should be higher.
2. Sweden(in 2000)/Total Netherlands = 15/16 = 1 ...100%
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