Andy C. answered • 09/12/18

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The DEVIATION of any statistic is equal to THAT STATISTIC minus the mean.

Deviation = X - mean where X is the given statistic

So then Deviation + mean = X

The statistics are: 0.8 + 46.3 = 47.1

-0.4 + 46.3 = 45.9

1.6 + 46.3 = 47.9

-1.2 + 46.3 = 45.2

-0.03 + 46.3 = 46.27

-1 + 46.3 = 45.3

BTW, it is unclear how many statistics there really are/were.

In the title of your posting, you say there are 8 stats. In the statement

of the problem, you say there are 8 and then 7 stats, but only list 6 deviations

which will produce 6 statistics. The you ask for the 8 statistics again.

Unless you can give the last 2 remaining deviations, you will have to

take the 6 stats listed in this solution. Optionally, add the two missing

deviations one at time to 46.3 and calculate the 2 missing stats yourself.

You should be able to do it, as shown here in this solution.

Good luck