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Find the sample standard deviation s for the following sample data. Round your answer to the nearest hundredth.
x: 23 20 11 33 27

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Find the mean and the deviation of each score from the mean (x-mean). Square these deviations, then sum them and divide by n = number of scores. The square root of this value is your s.

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