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How would you interpret the following qualitative data which has SD 2.04, mean of 6.2, variance, mean and mode of 7.

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Mike Carnell
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Monica,
This looks a little confusing.
You can’t have a standard deviation of 2.04 and a variance of 7.
You have listed a mean of 6.2 and theanother of 7?

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G
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I am sorry the SD is 2.04, range 7, variance 4.17, median 7 and mean 6.2.  How would you interpret this?

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clb1
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What’s to interpret? If, as you stated, it’s qualitative data the numbers probably don’t mean much of anything.  If it’s quantitative data then you have provided some descriptions of the distribution of the data.
Frankly this sounds like some kind of a homework problem where you need to read the chapter in order to understand what is meant by the word “interpret”.

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