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Asked Sep 19, 2019

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choose four numbers from the whole numbers 0 to 9, with repeats allowed that

(a) have the smallest possible standard deviation

(b) have the largest possible standard deviation

Step 1

From the question , it is given that one must choose four number from the sample space of whole numbers 0 ton 9. Repetition is allowed while drawing four numbers.

Step 2

a)

The four numbers that have small possible standard deviation is as given below:

Here, spread among the data points can be...

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