Those participants that initially had a low

**standard deviation**also showed some improvement in repeatability, with their**standard deviations**decreasing by 11-16%.This definition appears very frequently

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Those participants that initially had a low **standard deviation** also showed some improvement in repeatability, with their **standard deviations** decreasing by 11-16%.

The interval between the upper and lower bands and the middle band is determined by volatility, typically the **standard deviation** of the same data that were used for the average.

Any gain is welcome, but an increase of a third of a **standard deviation** does not qualitatively change a student's life chances.

s Quality Control Committee said that of the 40 metalcasting facilities responding to a survey, the lowest **standard deviation** was 1,120 psi for the tensile strength of class 30 iron.

45 (out of 5 possible points; **standard deviation** of 1.

The implication of their formula is that the **standard deviation** of true crime is somehow smaller than the **standard deviation** of CFSs; that is, that the distribution of true crime and the distribution of CFSs are somehow different from each other.

r] is the **standard deviation** calculated according to ASTM E 74-04 from the differences between the individual measured responses and the corresponding responses computed from Eq.

The **standard deviation** of the maximum torque of all rheometer curves was calculated.