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Date:   Thu, 23 Jul 1998 09:49:31 -0400
Reply-To:   Mike.Janicke@JMAGROUP.COM
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From:   Mike Janicke <Mike.Janicke@JMAGROUP.COM>
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I have a sample of data and am asked to find the mean, E(X), E(X**2), and STD(X). example of the data is as follows:

$1,235.34 $500.23 $220.35

it's been quite awhile since i've had a statistics course. i imagine that i can use SAS to complete this, however i'd like to understand the formulas as well. can anyone help me figure this one out by hand for this data? thank you!!!

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