Home / Questions / In the formula for the variance S x µ ^2/n what is the sum if we don’t square the x µ v...

In the formula for the variance S x µ ^2/n what is the sum if we don’t square the x µ values? [Hint: There is a special name for this sum Answer Sum of deviation from its mean is always

 In the formula for the variance S (x – µ)^2/n, what is the sum if we don’t square the (x - µ) values? [Hint: There is a special name for this sum.] Answer: Sum of deviation from its mean is always zero. And it is called the average deviation Question: In testing a new drug, researchers found that 20% of all patients using it will have a mild side effect

Aug 04 2020 Read more Less More

Answer (Solved)

question Get solution

Recent Questions

Chat Now

Welcome to Live Chat

Welcome to MyCourseHelp Services, World's leading Academic solutions provider with Millions of Happy Students.

Please fill in the form