In the present study, mean and standard deviation
of cholesterol/HDL for A positive blood group is 3.53 [+ or -] 0.48, for B positive blood group is 3.92 [+ or -] 0.68, for B negative blood group is 4.46 [+ or -] 0.49, for AB positive blood group 4.40 [+ or -] 0.84, O positive blood group 3.97 [+ or -] 0.49, and A negative blood group, mean is 3.58.
Against ER dimension greater positive attitude of respondents of the rural area with mean value 3.78 as compared to 3.53 mean value of urban area is indicated by the data given in table 5 while, 0.805 and 0.707 standard deviation
values of urban and rural area respectively indicate greater dispersion among the views of respondents.
Mean and standard deviation
of birth weights of male babies were 3.0403 and 0.3063 respectively and in female babies were 3.0236 and 0.3067 respectively.
The average wetted depth of inline is 10.91 cm with standard deviation
of 0.58 cm and the coefficient of variation is 5.33 % and the average wetted depth of online is 12.11 cm with standard deviation
of 1.46 cm and the coefficient of variation is 12.02 %.
Teaching Math I at least once before is associated with an increase in instructional effectiveness of 0.03 standard deviations
, measured by students' grades.
Therefore, it is enough to collect a set of frequency measurements, that are started randomly, to estimate the expected values of error and standard deviation
of the frequency measurements.
Afterward, the frequency histogram standard deviation
is calculated as a symbol representing the pavement surface texture to be used to detect pavement segregation.
I had a measured extreme spread of 52 fps and a standard deviation
of 20.2, both pretty high numbers when compared to the rest of the field.
The mean average rating for the item that states, "I feel guilty leaving my small children at home." was found to be 3.56 with the standard deviation
In valuing the first property, the appraiser estimated a standard deviation
of $100,000 and assumed a normal bell-shaped curve distribution.
The volatility can be estimated by two approaches, either it can be computed by taking the standard deviation
of the historical returns (HSD) over the recent past (Taleb, 1997) or by calculating implied volatility (IV) (Latane and Rendleman, 1976) from the observed spot option prices by solving Black and Scholes pricing model.
In fact, standard deviation
, which reflects the variance both above and below the mean, measures both downside risk and upside potential.