# Meaning for F and M assumed as independent random variables in context. F and M are independent random variables. For F: Mean, mu_{F} = 120

Meaning for F and M assumed as independent random variables in context.
F and M are independent random variables.
For F:
Mean,
${\mu }_{F}=120$
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Standard deviation,
${\sigma }_{F}=28$
For M:
Mean,
${\mu }_{M}=105$
Standard deviation,
${\sigma }_{M}=35$
F : SSHA score of a randomly selected female student at a large university
M: SSHA score of a randomly selected female student at a large university
We know that
F and M are independent random variables.
This implies
In any way, the SSHA score of the female student F does not affect the SSHA score of the male student M.
Similarly,
In any way, the SSHA score of the male student M does not affect the SSHA score of the female student F.