Chapter 4.3, Problem 2LC

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Textbook Problem

The deviation scores are calculated for each individual in a population of *N =* 4. The first three individuals have deviations of +2, +4, and −1. What is the deviation for the fourth individual?

To determine

**To find:** The deviation for the fourth individual

Explanation

**Given info:** The three deviation scores for each individual in a population of

Â is + 2, +4, and â€“1.

**Calculations:**

The total for the positive deviations is exactly equal to the total for the

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