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Using a calculator for standard deviation watch

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    Does anyone know how you work out standard deviation on a Casio fx-83MS calculator? My sister has lost the instruction manual :rolleyes:

    Thanks in advance
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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Does anyone know how you work out standard deviation on a Casio fx-83MS calculator? My sister has lost the instruction manual :rolleyes:

    Thanks in advance
    Can you not download another from the Casio website?

    [Or am I just assuming that Casio can do what Texas Instruments can...?]

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    Can you not download another from the Casio website?

    [Or am I just assuming that Casio can do what Texas Instruments can...?]

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    Try this:

    http://world.casio.com/calc/download/en/manual/

    [Checked: fx-83MS is there - you need to look next to fx-82MS]

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    (Original post by -Sian-)
    Spank you
    Spink nothing of it.

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    go into SD mode
    press shift-Scl-equals to clear stats memory
    type each value and press M+ after it to add it to the data in the calculator
    then find xσn and press it (you may have to press shift-SVAR and browse through options, I can't remember).
 
 
 
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