# Compare distributions

Which would you expect to be larger, the standard deviation of 5 random numbers picked from 1 to 47 in the California Super Lotto (CSL - write 1 as result), or the standard deviation of 5 random numbers picked from 1 to 69 in the multi state PowerBall Lottery (PBL -write 2 as result)?

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