Question about Sharp el-531x scientific calculator

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Type in your data values then press ON. Press 2nd F and the 6 button. The press = and voila :)

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: Standard Deviation

Hello,

You must first enter the data you are doing statistics on.

After you finish entering the data, do as the figure below describes.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

The standard deviation is a measure of how "tight" the samples are distributed around your mean.

In layman's terms, a small standard deviation indicates that most of your measurements are in the vicinity of the means; a large standard deviation corresponds to readings that are all over the place.

You could also say that the smaller the SD, the more your mean is representative of the data set.

For a better explanation, just look up Standard deviation on Wikipedia!

In layman's terms, a small standard deviation indicates that most of your measurements are in the vicinity of the means; a large standard deviation corresponds to readings that are all over the place.

You could also say that the smaller the SD, the more your mean is representative of the data set.

For a better explanation, just look up Standard deviation on Wikipedia!

May 03, 2014 | Audio Players & Recorders

first off you want you calculator in SD (standard deviation) mode to do this hit mode twice and then 1.

next it is good practice to start off by clearing the memory to do this hit shift, CLR,1 and then = this will clear statistical memory

to enter values into your data set , you enter the value, then press the DT (M+) button. (note: pressing DT repeatedly will impute the same value multiple times)

once you have finished pluging in your numbers your calculator can give you statistical information about the data set.

hitting shift then 1(S-SUM) gives you three options: 1 the sum of the squares of each value 2 the sum of each value 3 the number of terms in the data set hitting shift then 2 (S-VAR) gives you three more options 1 x bar (the mean) 2 x sigma n (the population standard deviation) 3 x sigma n-1 (the sample standard deviation)

you can use these tools to solve alot of statistical problems i hope this helped

Source: http://support.casio.com/pdf/004/fx115MS_991MS_E.pdf page 28 of he pdf

next it is good practice to start off by clearing the memory to do this hit shift, CLR,1 and then = this will clear statistical memory

to enter values into your data set , you enter the value, then press the DT (M+) button. (note: pressing DT repeatedly will impute the same value multiple times)

once you have finished pluging in your numbers your calculator can give you statistical information about the data set.

hitting shift then 1(S-SUM) gives you three options: 1 the sum of the squares of each value 2 the sum of each value 3 the number of terms in the data set hitting shift then 2 (S-VAR) gives you three more options 1 x bar (the mean) 2 x sigma n (the population standard deviation) 3 x sigma n-1 (the sample standard deviation)

you can use these tools to solve alot of statistical problems i hope this helped

Source: http://support.casio.com/pdf/004/fx115MS_991MS_E.pdf page 28 of he pdf

Dec 01, 2010 | Casio FX-300MSTP Scientific Calculator

The stdDev( function in the LIST MATH menu will calculate the standard deviation of a list. You can provide a second list if the data is grouped.

For detailed information refer to the "Lists", "Statistics", and "Infererential Statistics and Distribution" chapters in the guidebook. If you've misplaced your guidebook you can download a copy from

http://education.ti.com/educationportal/downloadcenter/SoftwareDetail.do?website=US&tabId=2&appId=6125

For detailed information refer to the "Lists", "Statistics", and "Infererential Statistics and Distribution" chapters in the guidebook. If you've misplaced your guidebook you can download a copy from

http://education.ti.com/educationportal/downloadcenter/SoftwareDetail.do?website=US&tabId=2&appId=6125

Sep 11, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

Yes. The sample standard deviation is 2nd [sigma x n-1] and the population standard deviation is 2nd [sigma x n].

Apr 02, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hello,

Here is a screen capture from the guide. Hope it helps.

Here is a screen capture from the guide. Hope it helps.

Oct 03, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Hello,

Of course there are formulas for those calculations.**You find them in books on statistics.** Do not worry, the calculator has been programmed to use them. All you have to do is learn how to get the calculator to give you the results.

If you still want to see the formulas with your very eyes, I suggest you go to the local library, ask a math teacher, an accountant, or launch a Google search for them.

Hope it helps.

Of course there are formulas for those calculations.

If you still want to see the formulas with your very eyes, I suggest you go to the local library, ask a math teacher, an accountant, or launch a Google search for them.

Hope it helps.

Aug 05, 2009 | Casio fx-300ES Calculator

Press 2ND [CSR] to clear the stat data.

For each data point, enter the number followed by SIGMA+

If you have grouped data, enter the number followed by 2ND [FRQ] followed by the frequency then SIGMA+

Press 2ND [sigma x n] for the population standard deviation or 2ND [sigma x n-1] for the sample standard deviation.

For each data point, enter the number followed by SIGMA+

If you have grouped data, enter the number followed by 2ND [FRQ] followed by the frequency then SIGMA+

Press 2ND [sigma x n] for the population standard deviation or 2ND [sigma x n-1] for the sample standard deviation.

May 25, 2009 | Texas Instruments TI-30X-IISTK Scientific...

I want to calculate a standard deviation on BA II plus

Apr 23, 2008 | Texas Instruments BA-II Plus Calculator

Standard deviation is the average root mean squared deviation from the average of the numbers.

Familiarize yourself with the wikipedia page on standard deviation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation

In this case, your question is easy. The standard deviation is 0, so this means the boys ages are all the same.

So they're all 24/3 = 8 years old.

Proof:

8 + 8 + 8 = 24 <-- satisfies the constraint that the boys ages must total to 24.

Get the standard deviation of these numbers;

8+8+8 / 3 = 8 <-- the average value is 8

The deviation of each boy's age from the average is:

boy 1

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

boy 2

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

boy 3

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

So the deviations are 0, 0 and 0.

To get the standard deviation, you sum the squares of the deviations of each boy, get the average, and square root. So:

0² + 0² + 0² = 0

Average is 0 / 3 = 0

Square root of 0 = 0

So the standard deviation is 0. Which shouldn't be much of a surprise to you. We just had to actually DO the work to show that it was in fact 0.

Familiarize yourself with the wikipedia page on standard deviation: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standard_deviation

In this case, your question is easy. The standard deviation is 0, so this means the boys ages are all the same.

So they're all 24/3 = 8 years old.

Proof:

8 + 8 + 8 = 24 <-- satisfies the constraint that the boys ages must total to 24.

Get the standard deviation of these numbers;

8+8+8 / 3 = 8 <-- the average value is 8

The deviation of each boy's age from the average is:

boy 1

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

boy 2

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

boy 3

--------

8 years old, which deviates from 8 by 0

So the deviations are 0, 0 and 0.

To get the standard deviation, you sum the squares of the deviations of each boy, get the average, and square root. So:

0² + 0² + 0² = 0

Average is 0 / 3 = 0

Square root of 0 = 0

So the standard deviation is 0. Which shouldn't be much of a surprise to you. We just had to actually DO the work to show that it was in fact 0.

Feb 08, 2008 | Audio Players & Recorders

This calc will do standard deviations. In the manual it is on page 2 and also on page 40.

Sep 07, 2006 | Casio FX-7400G Plus Calculator

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