Question about Casio FX-115W Plus Calculator

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Hello,

Usually it is represented by a small letter x with a short straight bar on top of it. Sometimes it is an x with a small caret (hat, accent circonflexe) on top of it. I do not have the layout of your calculator, but if you see on the body of the calculator a small n (the number of entries), a greek capital sigma σ or a small sigma σ with x (xσn or xσn-1) standard deviations, the xbar is not far away.

Hope it helps.

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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Clear the statistics registers with 2nd [CSR]. Add the data points with Sigma+. Errors can be corrected with 2nd [Sigma-]. Calculate the mean with 2nd [xbar].

See the example on page 11 of this guidebook.

See the example on page 11 of this guidebook.

Feb 24, 2013 | Texas Instruments TI-30XA Calculator

Here is one technique I used on the TI84Plus.

Create two lists list1(50) and list2(50) of equal dimension (same length)

You will have to find how to do it on ClassPad.

Fill list2 with zeros

Fill list1 with your data.

Sort the list in ascending order (if it is not sorted)

Do standard deviation calculation on list1 (or calculate the average)

The mean of the data is in a special variable (xbar)

From the command line using the list syntax calculate abs(list1-xbar) and store results in list2, overwiting the zeros.

Perform standard deviation on the new list2. You will get the mean deviation from the mean in the variable xbar.

**A simple request from you**. Can you please not use MINUS as a verb? By doing so you are propagating incorrect usage. There is a short and correct way to express the operation:** to add.**

Create two lists list1(50) and list2(50) of equal dimension (same length)

You will have to find how to do it on ClassPad.

Fill list2 with zeros

Fill list1 with your data.

Sort the list in ascending order (if it is not sorted)

Do standard deviation calculation on list1 (or calculate the average)

The mean of the data is in a special variable (xbar)

From the command line using the list syntax calculate abs(list1-xbar) and store results in list2, overwiting the zeros.

Perform standard deviation on the new list2. You will get the mean deviation from the mean in the variable xbar.

May 05, 2012 | Casio ClassPad 300 Calculator

The mean of a distribution is represented as an x with a bar above it. (xbar). When you scroll along the statistics you will see the Median, Xmax, Xmin, Q1, Q3, n. All clearly identified. Maybe you should learn mor about the theory.

Nov 09, 2011 | Texas Instruments TI-84 Plus Calculator

- Calculator must be in SD mode (standard deviation mode) :Press [MODE] [.]
- However, if [FIX] or [SCI] appears on display you must press [MODE][9] first.
- Data input always starts with [SHIFT][SAC], to clear the registers of old data.
- Type a number and press the [DATA] key, it is the [M+] key at the bottom right of keypad.

Press [SHIFT] [9] (sigma n-1) to get sample standard deviation

Press [SHIFT][8] (sigma n] for the population standard deviation

Press [SHIFT] [7] (xbar) for the mean

Press [SHIFT] [6] (n) for the number of data entries

Press [SHIFT] [5] (capital sigma x) for the sum of values

Press [SHIFT] [4] (capital sigma x to y) for the sum of squares of the values

For additional information you might consider taking a look at the calculator manual.

Apr 30, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

- Calculator must be in SD mode (standard deviation mode) :Press [MODE] [.]
- However, if [FIX] or [SCI] appears on display you must press [MODE][9] first.
- Data input always starts with [SHIFT][SAC], to clear the registers of old data.
- Type a number and press the [DATA] key, it is the [M+] key at the bottom right of keypad.

Press [SHIFT] [9] (sigma n-1) to get sample standard deviation

Press [SHIFT][8] (sigma n] for the population standard deviation

Press [SHIFT] [7] (xbar) for the mean

Press [SHIFT] [6] (n) for the number of data entries

Press [SHIFT] [5] (capital sigma x) for the sum of values

Press [SHIFT] [4] (capital sigma x to y) for the sum of squares of the values

For additional information you might consider taking a look at the calculator manual

Apr 27, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

Press [2ndF][MODE][1] to select single variable statistics.

The xbar may be a key accessed directly if xbar symbol is on top of the key, or a [2ndF] key if xbar is written on the body of the calculator.

- Enter a value and press [DATA]
- or enter value, press [X,Y]key, enter the frequency then press [DATA

The xbar may be a key accessed directly if xbar symbol is on top of the key, or a [2ndF] key if xbar is written on the body of the calculator.

Feb 03, 2010 | Sharp EL-531VB Calculator

- Calculator must be in SD mode (standard deviation mode) :Press [MODE] [.]
- However, if [FIX] or [SCI] appears on display you must press [MODE][9] first.
- Data input always starts with [SHIFT][SAC], to clear the registers of old data.
- Type a number and press the [DATA] key, it is the [M+] key at the bottom right of keypad.

Press [SHIFT] [9] (sigma n-1) to get sample standard deviation

Press [SHIFT][8] (sigma n] for the population standard deviation

Press [SHIFT] [7] (xbar) for the mean

Press [SHIFT] [6] (n) for the number of data entries

Press [SHIFT] [5] (capital sigma x) for the sum of values

Press [SHIFT] [4] (capital sigma x to y) for the sum of squares of the values

For additional information you might consider taking a look at the calculator manual.

Jan 26, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

- Calculator must be in SD mode (standard deviation mode) :Press [MODE] [.]
- However, if [FIX] or [SCI] appears on display you must press [MODE][9] first.
- Data input always starts with [SHIFT][SAC], to clear the registers of old data.
- Type a number and press the [DATA] key, it is the [M+] key at the bottom right of keypad.

Press [SHIFT] [9] (sigma n-1) to get sample standard deviation

Press [SHIFT][8] (sigma n] for the population standard deviation

Press [SHIFT] [7] (xbar) for the mean

Press [SHIFT] [6] (n) for the number of data entries

Press [SHIFT] [5] (capital sigma x) for the sum of values

Press [SHIFT] [4] (capital sigma x to y) for the sum of squares of the values

For additional information you might consider taking a look at the calculator manual.

Dec 15, 2009 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

Hello,

Here is an example from the manual.

Hope it helps.

Here is an example from the manual.

Hope it helps.

Feb 26, 2009 | Casio FX-115W Plus Calculator

- Calculator must be in SD mode (standard deviation mode) :Press [MODE] [.]
- However, if [FIX] or [SCI] appears on display you must press [MODE][9] first.
- Data input always starts with [SHIFT][SAC], to clear the registers of old data.
- Type a number and press the [DATA] key, it is the [M+] key at the bottom right of keypad.

Press [SHIFT] [9] (sigma n-1) to get sample standard deviation

Press [SHIFT][8] (sigma n] for the population standard deviation

Press [SHIFT] [7] (xbar) for the mean

Press [SHIFT] [6] (n) for the number of data entries

Press [SHIFT] [5] (capital sigma x) for the sum of values

Press [SHIFT] [4] (capital sigma x to y) for the sum of squares of the values

For additional information you might consider taking a look at the calculator manual

Jan 15, 2009 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

Mar 16, 2013 | Casio FX-115W Plus Calculator

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