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FAQ - Math
## How to Calculate Percentage Error

A percentage error provides an easy-to-understand measure of error margins. It lets you know how big an error is.

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## How to Calculate Standard Deviation

There are two types of standard deviations: population standard deviation and sample standard deviation. Both measure the degree of dispersion in a set.

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## How to Calculate GPA

Your grade point average, or GPA, is an integral part of your experience at school. It’s something that students and teachers have to deal with.

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## How to Find the Range in Math

The range is a mathematical tool that’s used in finding the spread in a data set. It’s easy to calculate. If you’re trying to find the range of a data set (or you’re being asked to find it), all you..

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## How to Calculate Square Footage

Square footage is the measurement of space that covers an area. It’s often used to determine the amount of floor space in a home. Knowing the square footage also comes in handy during painting, tiling

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## How to Find the Mode in Math

Simply put, the mode is a numerical value that tells you which number, or even numbers, occurs the most frequently in a data set. Here's how to find the mode.

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## How to Find the Area of a Shape. Formulas and Examples.

How do you find the area of a shape? Learn the formula for finding the area of various 2D geometric shapes, and find equation examples.

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## How to Do Matrix Multiplication

Let’s look at how to perform matrix multiplication between a matrix and a scalar number, vector, or matrix.

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## How to Calculate P Value using Chi-Square

There are different ways of calculating the P Value. But the easiest, most common method—and the one we’ll look at right now—is using the chi-square.