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Course Topic(s): Probability | Discrete Distributions, general
This is an article in Mathematics Magazine (1995) that is included in Classroom Capsules and Notes. From the summary, "Dropping the smallest or largest in a finite set of numbers does not necessarily lower the variance."
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Creator(s): Stephen R. Shalom
Contributor(s): Stephen R. ShalomPublisher:
Mathematical Association of America
Resource copyright: Mathematical Association of America
This review was published on October 15, 2012
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