i hope this is in the right place but can someone please help me with this,

if the standard deviation of X is 15 , what would be the standard deviation of 5X ?

all help is greatly appreciated

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- Jun 6th 2011, 04:55 AMpercytstandard deviation
i hope this is in the right place but can someone please help me with this,

if the standard deviation of X is 15 , what would be the standard deviation of 5X ?

all help is greatly appreciated - Jun 6th 2011, 05:27 AMCaptainBlack
- Jun 6th 2011, 02:05 PMmr fantastic
- Jun 6th 2011, 02:06 PMpercyt
mr fantastic , thank you ill have a look at that

- Jun 6th 2011, 02:13 PMmr fantastic
**Before**you edited a perfectly good reply to CB to what I have, unfortunately, had to quote (and which, to be honest, is useless compared to what you had originally posted in reply to CB), what you said contained important information. Next time post the**whole**problem.

From what you said before deleting it, the sd deviation you're talking about cannot be calculated without knowing the values of X. Then apply the usual formula to the data. Formulas can be found using Google.

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