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Give your answer in the form of ax^2 + bx + c

I would usually give you some information of how I could possibly tackle this question but unfortunetly I have no idea. Could someone shed some light? Thanks

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Give your answer in the form of ax^2 + bx + c

I would usually give you some information of how I could possibly tackle this question but unfortunetly I have no idea. Could someone shed some light? Thanks

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well I'd use the statistical formula for variance

Variance = Sum of (x - xbar)^2 / n

Variance = Sum of (x - xbar)^2 / n

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So, what is the average value, xbar, with the numbers that have been given you?

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