Deviation, Microeconomics

Deviation

- Difference between the expected and actual payoff

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-  Adjusting for the negative numbers

-  The standard deviation measures square root of average of squares of the deviations of the payoffs associated with every outcome from their expected value.

- The standard deviation can be given by:

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