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# Skewness (Sample)

Sat 1 Sep, 2012 03:56 pm
When calculating skewness (using sample, not population) I get every step right except the very last one. I think I am making an error with this part of the equation: (n/(n-1)(n-2)). Do I multiply the sume of that by the sum I get for calculating the (raw score-mean/standard deviation) to the third?

Thanks,
Jennifer
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dalehileman

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Sat 1 Sep, 2012 10:53 pm
@Northwestern,
Jen I’m precisely atuned to the depth of your inquiry But wondering whether this the the forum in which to present it
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