Why are measures of variability used when describing a set of scores?
They indicate how scattered, “spread out,” or dispersed the scores are from one another.
Measures of variability make it possible to identify whether a distribution is bimodal or not.
They allow a researcher to identify the central point in a distribution.
Measures of variability allow a researcher to determine the statistical significance of a set of findings.
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