Chapter 4: Analysing the Data 
VarianceVariance (of a sample) is defined as Once we divide the Sums of Squares by N1 we get the sample variance which can be thought of as an averaged sums of squares. While important in statistical theory and in many statistical computations, it has the problem of being in squared units and is therefore difficult to manipulate and visualise.

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