Before learning the population variance formula, let us recall what is population variance. Population variance (σ2) is the squared variation of all values (Xi) of a random variable (X) from the population mean (μ) over the whole population. This formula lets us measure the spread of random variables from the population mean. Let us learn the population variance formula in the section below.
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