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    \[\sigma_{x}=(\sum_{}^{}(x^{2})/n-\mu^{2})\]

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    i tried to prove i am getting \[(\mu^{2}/n) instead of \mu^{2}\]

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    any link is also ok

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    its a formulae for Standard deviation

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    any stats people can do

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