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(b) Multiply each data value by 6 to obtain the new data set 36, 78, 48, 72, 48. Compute *s*. (Round your answer to one decimal place.)*s* =

Given 1 mile ≈ 1.6 kilometers, what is the standard deviation in kilometers? (Enter your answer to two decimal places.)*s* = km

Step 1

It is assuming that the given values are in miles.

After multiplying with 6, the new observations are 216, 468, 288, 432, 288.

The mean is calculated below.

Step 2

The sample standard deviation is calculated below.

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