# algebra 2

how do i set up data to find the standard deviation of the data?

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1. It is so easy in your calculator, you put it in stat mode, and enter the data.

Now manually, with a computational table, it is more difficult. Check your text on that.

http://www.csgnetwork.com/stddeviationcalc.html

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