# Refer to the sum of the squared deviations for the mean as determined in Problem 3.

Refer to the sum of the squared deviations for the moderation as determined in Problem 3.13 aloft. Evidence that no other “typical” rate for the class has a inferior sum of squared deviations by choosing tribulation averages of $270 and of $271. Note that each of these tribulation rates is akin and sound fractionally divergent from the exemplification moderation of $270.50, but in antagonistic directions.Problem 3.13Refer to the exemplification postulates in Problem 3.5 and evidence that the sum of the arbitrary rates of the deviations is a smaller sum for the median than it is for the moderation. Also evidence that the sum of the squared deviations is smaller for the moderation than it is for the median.