# Which data set has the greatest sample standard deviation

## How can you tell which data set has the greatest sample standard deviation?

Which data set has the greatest sample standard deviation? The

**data set that has more entries that are farther away from the mean**.## Which data set has largest standard deviation?

Data Set E

**Data Set E**has the larger standard deviation. Sample answer: Data Set E has its highest concentration of data between class intervals 0 to 1 and 4 to 5, the class intervals that are farthest from the mean. A high proportion of the data from Data Set D is concentrated from 1 to 3, close to the mean of 2.5.

## Which data set has the smaller standard deviation?

The smallest standard deviation possible in a distribution is

**0**. This occurs when each element of the distribution is the same. A deviation is a data point’s distance from the distribution mean. If all points in the distribution are the same, then the mean is the same as each distribution point.## Is standard deviation greater than mean?

Yes,

**the standard deviation can be greater than the mean**and whether it is a good or a bad thing, depends on the sort of data being looked at (or investigated). It is not an abnormal. As a matter of fact, a standardized normal distribution data has a mean value of 0 and SD of 1.## What is standard deviation of a data set?

A standard deviation (or σ) is

**a measure of how dispersed the data is in relation to the mean**. Low standard deviation means data are clustered around the mean, and high standard deviation indicates data are more spread out.## Why is the sample standard deviation n 1?

The intuitive reason for the n−1 is that the n deviations

**in the calculation of the standard deviation are not independent**. There is one constraint which is that the sum of the deviations is zero. When we take that into account we are effectively dealing with n−1 quantities rather than n.## What is the standard deviation of the sampling distribution?

standard error

The standard deviation of a sampling distribution is called

**the standard error**. While the mean of a sampling distribution is equal to the mean of the population, the standard error depends on the standard deviation of the population, the size of the population and the size of the sample.## What is standard deviation example?

The standard deviation

**measures the spread of the data about the mean value**. … For example, the mean of the following two is the same: 15, 15, 15, 14, 16 and 2, 7, 14, 22, 30. However, the second is clearly more spread out. If a set has a low standard deviation, the values are not spread out too much.## What is a good standard deviation?

Statisticians have determined that values no greater than plus or minus 2 SD represent measurements that are more closely near the true value than those that fall in the area greater than

**± 2SD**. Thus, most QC programs call for action should data routinely fall outside of the ±2SD range.## Does standard deviation increase with sample size?

The population mean of the distribution of sample means is the same as the population mean of the distribution being sampled from. … Thus as the

**sample size increases**, the standard deviation of the means decreases; and as the sample size decreases, the standard deviation of the sample means increases.## How do you find the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of the sample means?

If a random sample of n observations is taken from a binomial population with parameter p, the sampling distribution (i.e. all possible samples taken from the population) will have a standard deviation of: Standard deviation of binomial distribution

**= σ**_{p}= √[pq/n] where q=1-p.## How do you find the standard deviation of the sampling distribution of a sample proportion?

For large samples, the sample proportion is approximately normally distributed, with mean μˆP=p. and

**standard deviation σˆP=√pqn**.## What happens as the sample size of a sampling distribution gets larger?

As sample sizes increase,

**the sampling distributions approach a normal distribution**. … As the sample sizes increase, the variability of each sampling distribution decreases so that they become increasingly more leptokurtic. The range of the sampling distribution is smaller than the range of the original population.## Why is the standard deviation of the sample means less than the population standard deviation?

Why is the standard deviation of the sample mean less than the population SD?

**The sample means do not vary as much as the individual values in the population**.## Does this standard deviation get larger or smaller when N gets larger?

The

**standard error is indeed smaller for the one**with the bigger sample size. It’s very simple: standard deviation of a sample is inversely proportional to the square root of (N-1), where N is the sample size. As the denominator increases, the result decreases.## Why does standard deviation decrease with sample size?

Standard error decreases

**when sample size increases**– as the sample size gets closer to the true size of the population, the sample means cluster more and more around the true population mean.## Why do you think the standard deviation of the sampling distribution gets smaller as the sample size gets bigger?

From the Central Limit Theorem, we know that as n gets larger and larger, the sample means follow a normal distribution.

**The larger n gets**, the smaller the standard deviation of the sampling distribution gets. … This means that the sample mean ¯x must be closer to the population mean μ as n increases.## What is the standard deviation of the standard normal distribution?

1

The standard normal distribution is a normal distribution with a mean of zero and

**standard deviation of 1**.## Does lower standard deviation mean more precise?

Standard deviation is a mathematical tool to help us assess how far the values are spread above and below the mean. A high standard deviation shows that the data is widely spread (less reliable) and a low standard deviation shows that the

**data are clustered closely around the mean**(more reliable).## How does sample size affect mean and standard deviation?

Therefore, as a sample size increases, the sample mean and standard deviation will be closer in value to the

**population mean μ and standard deviation σ**.