A sample of n = 6 scores has a standard deviation of s = 3. what is the value of ss, the sum of the squared deviations for this sa

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A sample of n = 6 scores has a standard deviation of s = 3. what is the value of ss, the sum of the squared deviations for this sample?

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  1. The sum of the squared deviations for this sample is 54.

    What is sum of the squared deviations?

    The sum of the squared deviations represents the sum of squared differences from the mean.
    s.d = √(ss/n)
    where;
    • ss is sum of the squared deviations
    • s.d is standard deviation
    • n is number of samples
    s.d² = ss/n
    ss = s.d²  x n
    ss = 3² x 6
    ss = 54
    Thus, the sum of the squared deviations for this sample is 54.
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