3. Prove (not show) that following two methods, long and short respectively, to compute the population variance yield the same result. ? (x i - ?) 2 / n, where i = 1, n ? (x i 2 - (? x i) 2) / n, where i = 1, n
a times a number - 5 = b so, add 5 to both sides ax-5 = b +5 +5 so now you have ax = b+5 divide both by x and you get a so ... a=(b+5)/x
if you add 2t + 1 =3 so 3-1=2 so 2 times what equals 2. not -1 because that would equal negative 2. its 1 because 2 times 1 is 2 plus 1 is three.
how would i multiply 365/365 x 364/365 x 363/365...all the way to 326/365 using excel or the ti-83 calculator without having to input all those numbers. please help. thanks.
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if a cell lacks ATP, which of the following processes would cease to operate immediately? diffusion Na+/K= pump facilitated diffusion osmosis or passive transport
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