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Summary Of Statistical Calculations - HP 10bII+ User Manual

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Summary of Statistical Calculations

The STAT annunciator indicates that a statistical calculation was performed. Some functions
return two values. In this instance, the X annunciator is displayed along with STAT. Press
to see the second value. In this case, the X annunciator changes to a Y, indicating
the second value is being displayed.
Table 12-6 Statistical calculations that return two values
Keys
\k
\h
\e
\Z
y-value
\W
x-value
\T
Description
Arithmetic mean (average) of the x-values.
Sample standard deviation of the x-values.
NOTE: The sample standard deviation
assumes that the data is a sampling of a
larger, complete set of data. The population
standard deviation assumes that the data
constitutes the entire population.
Population standard deviation of the x-values.
NOTE: The sample standard deviation
assumes that the data is a sampling of a
larger, complete set of data. The population
standard deviation assumes that the data
constitutes the entire population.
Estimate of x for a given value of y.
Estimate of y for a given value of x.
Mean of the x-values weighted by the y-
values.
Displays:
Mean (average) of the y-values if
you entered y-data.
Sample standard deviation of the y-
values if you entered y-data.
NOTE: The sample standard
deviation assumes that the data is a
sampling of a larger, complete set of
data. The population standard
deviation assumes that the data
constitutes the entire population.
Population standard deviation of the
y-values if you entered y-data.
NOTE: The sample standard
deviation assumes that the data is a
sampling of a larger, complete set of
data. The population standard
deviation assumes that the data
constitutes the entire population.
Correlation coefficient.
NOTE: The correlation coefficient is
a number in the range - 1 through +1
that measures how closely the data
fits the calculated line. A value of +1
indicates a perfect positive
correlation, and - 1 indicates a
perfect negative correlation. A value
close to zero indicates the line is a
poor fit.
Coefficient m of the current
regression.
Coefficient b of the current
regression.
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