# [TI-M] Re: 1-Var stats on TI-82

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From: ti-math-bounce@lists.ticalc.org [mailto:ti-math-bounce@lists.ticalc.org]On Behalf Of gary jablonski
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From: gary jablonski
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Subject: [TI-M] Re: 1-Var stats on TI-82

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From: ti-math-bounce@lists.ticalc.org [mailto:ti-math-bounce@lists.ticalc.org]On Behalf Of raykornele
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Subject: [TI-M] Re: 1-Var stats on TI-82

> ===
> To do weighted lists (1-var) put the values in L1, and weights in L2.
> Then do 1-Var Stats L1,L2.
>
> For fractional weights just multiply them up to intgegers. No, TI-82 can't
> handle fractional weights.
>
> Use the same technique for 2-var. Put the lists in L1 and L2 and the
>weights
> in L3. Do 2-Var Stats L1,L2,L3.
>
> KrazyKyngeKorny
>
>Excellent, that works. It's a shame that the TI-82 doesn't seem to
>handle weights greater than 99.
>
>Thanks,
>Dave.
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Just divide greater weighted (<99) into two parts- say 75 and 75.

KrazyKyngeKorny
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