5 9 17 11 8 11 16 How do you do standard deviations with these numbers

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5 9 17 11 8 11 16

How do you do standard deviations with these numbers

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    3.96

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Standard Deviation quantifies how diverse the values of your data set are and is useful in determining how your numbers are different from each other.

    Step 1: Collect your data to form a data set from which you wish to calculate a standard deviation.

    5 9 17 11 8 11 16

    Step 2: Calculate the mean of the data set;

    5 + 9 + 17 + 11 + 8 + 11 + 16 = 77

    Mean = 77 / 7

    Mean = 11

    Step 3: Subtract the mean from your data set and square the differences, continue with each number on your data set;

    5 – 11 = (-6)² = 36

    9 – 11 = (-2)² = 4

    17 – 11 = (6)² = 36

    11 – 11 = (0)² = 0

    8 – 11 = (-3)² = 9

    11 – 11 = (0)² = 0

    16 – 11 = (5)² = 25

    Step 4: Find the mean of the differences;

    36 + 4 + 36 + 0 + 9 + 0 + 25 = 110

    Mean = 110 / 7 = 15.71

    Step 5: Take the square root of the Mean above to find the standard deviation;

    ²√15.71 = 3.96

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