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    Is there a faster way to

    Calculate this, then go one by by? I have a TI84 SE. Just wondering. If so, how do you?
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    Re: Is there a faster way to

    Hey Past45.

    On modern calculators, there should be a statistics mode.

    In this mode you simply enter in the data and it will throw it all in memory. After this you can do all the things like mean, standard deviation, etc just by pressing one button.

    Do you know about the statistics mode?
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