Different Variance Formulas

July 19, 2010  |  Stats

In this video some different formulas for variance is introduced. It’s important so you won’t get confused when you see one formula in one textbook and another in some other textbook. There are simply put, alternate ways of writing it. Understanding the different formulas gives you a deeper intuition into the matter at hand.

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