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1. Systolic blood pressure was measured (inunits of mm Hg) during preventative healthexaminations on people in Dallas, Texas. Hereare the measurements for a subset of thesepatients.112, 128, 108, 129, 125, 153, 155, 132, 137V (a) How many individuals are in the sample (i.e.,what is the sample size, n)?(b) What is the mean of this sample?(c) What is the median of this sample?(c) Compute the sum of squares using twodifferent formulas. Are they the same?(d) What are the mean deviation, variance,s astandard deviation, and coefficient ofvariation?(include the measurement unit for each)

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1. Systolic blood pressure was measured (in
units of mm Hg) during preventative health
examinations on people in Dallas, Texas. Here
are the measurements for a subset of these
patients.
112, 128, 108, 129, 125, 153, 155, 132, 137
V (a) How many individuals are in the sample (i.e.,
what is the sample size, n)?
(b) What is the mean of this sample?
(c) What is the median of this sample?
(c) Compute the sum of squares using two
different formulas. Are they the same?
(d) What are the mean deviation, variance,
s astandard deviation, and coefficient of
variation?
(include the measurement unit for each)
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1. Systolic blood pressure was measured (in units of mm Hg) during preventative health examinations on people in Dallas, Texas. Here are the measurements for a subset of these patients. 112, 128, 108, 129, 125, 153, 155, 132, 137 V (a) How many individuals are in the sample (i.e., what is the sample size, n)? (b) What is the mean of this sample? (c) What is the median of this sample? (c) Compute the sum of squares using two different formulas. Are they the same? (d) What are the mean deviation, variance, s astandard deviation, and coefficient of variation? (include the measurement unit for each)

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