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In statistics, the degree to which a set of scores is dispersed or scattered. Two sets of scores with identical means (averages) may have widely different variabilities. The usual measures of variability are the variance and the standard deviation. See also interquartile range, probable error, range, semi-interquartile range.

Subjects: Social Sciences — Psychology.

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