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Textbook Problem

A sample of n = 8 scores has a mean of M = 12.

What is the value of EX for this sample?

To determine

Find X for the given sample.

Explanation

Given:

A sample of n=8 scores have a mean of M=12 .

Formula used:

X =M×n

Calculations:

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

M= X n                                                      

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