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Q: What does the point spread -3 mean?

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The lowest point spread of a super bowl was one point

Point spread is a term used in gambling, not a particular basketball term.

The Cardinals did beat the point spread in the Super Bowl. The point spread was 6 and the Cardinals lost by 4 points.

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The standard deviation is a measure of the spread of data about the mean. Although it is essentially a measure of the spread, the fact that it is the spread ABOUT THE MEAN that is being measured means that it does depend on the value of the mean. However, the SD is not affected by a translation of the data. What that means is that if I add any fixed number to each data point, the mean will increase by that number, but the SD will be unchanged.

Yes. Standard deviation depends entirely upon the distribution; it is a measure of how spread out it is (ie how far from the mean "on average" the data is): the larger it is the more spread out it is, the smaller the less spread out. If every data point was the mean, the standard deviation would be zero!

I am not sure what you mean by "spread your eyes." If you mean to move location the answer is no.

It means the integer 3 which can be written as 3. rather than simply 3

If you mean points of (-5, 4) and (3, -2) then the distance works out as 10

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