Chapter 3, Problem 6P

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Textbook Problem

A population of N = 15 scores has SX = 120. What is

the population mean?

To determine

Find the mean for the given population.

Explanation

Given: A population of

**Formula used:**

**Calculations:**

The mean is the average of scores. To find population mean, add all scores and divide the sum by number of scores in the population.

To find population mean, add all scores and divide the sum by number of scores in the population

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