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    muhannad al nabulsi
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    Please explain in a simple manner the a.m. rule ,with an example.
                                    Thanks in advance.               MN 

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    #70018

    Ken K.
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    This is a prime example of the silly irritating little questions that this person tends to post.
    All he has to do is go to http://www.google.com and enter the post,s title “The 68-95-99.7 Rule” into the search field. He’d get at least a handfull of nice descriptions.
    Please stop being to darn lazy and at least do a search of the internet before posting your questions here.

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    #70020

    muhannad al nabulsi
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    Thank you very much for guiding me to the “concerened “web-site(google),actually  behind many of the trivial questions you can forecast a knowledge depth which can  always help,always you found experts ready to “enlight” the simple answer and discover new horizon.I appreciate that,and I believe you are one of those persons,so Thnak you again.  Best Regards              MN
    N.B.:Of course the answer is simple:68% fall within one sd of the mean,95% fall within 2 SD,& 99.7%fall within 3 SD  of the mean,but as I said I was looking for further “enlightenment”,and I have recieved it,THANK.

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