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    How do you analyse standard deviation results? I was told to include it in my GCSE maths coursework, and/or correlation coefficients. Neither of which are on the GCSE syllabus. I had worked out the figures for standard deviation but i do not know how to analyse them. Can anyone help me?
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    (Original post by Lil !*!)
    How do you analyse standard deviation results? I was told to include it in my GCSE maths coursework, and/or correlation coefficients. Neither of which are on the GCSE syllabus. I had worked out the figures for standard deviation but i do not know how to analyse them. Can anyone help me?
    Are you talking about GCSE level?
    If at GCSE level you just interpret it in terms of measure of spread..
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    the bigger the standard deviation the bigger the spread o values from their mean. (the less consistent the data)
 
 
 

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