Q: What is the difference with n and n squared?

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7 squared is 49 and 5 squared is 25. So the difference is 49-25=24

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Given a set of n scores, the variance is sum of the squared deviation divided by n or n-1. We divide by n for the population and n-1 for the sample.

Take any positive integer n. If you square it, and subtract 1, you get (x squared - 1). If you take (n - 1) and (n + 1), and multiply them together, you get n squared - n + n - 1, which is the same as (n squared - 1).

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Simple equation lad. In your example, you said n=4 and x= n squared + n - 1 + (n-2)squared + (n-3)squared. You simply write n²+n-1+(n-2)²+(n-3)² I hope that is what you mean by what you say. P.S. To get the to the power of sign, hold alt and press 0178 for ², and 0179 for ³

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7 squared is 49 and 5 squared is 25. So the difference is 49-25=24

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Given a set of n scores, the variance is sum of the squared deviation divided by n or n-1. We divide by n for the population and n-1 for the sample.