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DVARP is a function in Excel that calculates the variance of a population based on a sample. To use DVARP, you first need to enter the data you want to analyze into a spreadsheet. Then, use the DVARP function to calculate the variance of that data. The DVARP function takes two arguments: the first is the range of cells that contains the data you want to analyze, and the second is the number of cells in that range.

The syntax of DVARP in Excel is: =DVARP(array,var)

Where:

array is the range of cells that you want to calculate the variance of

var is the name of the column that you want to calculate the variance of

DVARP is a function in Excel that calculates the variance of a set of data. The function takes in an input of a range of cells and will return the variance of those cells. To use the DVARP function in Excel, you first need to input the range of cells that you want to calculate the variance for. In the example below, I have input the range A2:A10.

After you have input the range of cells, you need to put in the formula for the DVARP function. The formula is =DVARP(A2:A10). Once you have input the formula, hit enter and the variance of the cells will be calculated.

There are a few occasions when you should not use the DVARP function in Excel. One instance is when you have a data set with empty cells. Since the DVARP function calculates the variance of a population, it will return an error if there are no data points in the population. Another time you should not use the DVARP function is when you have a data set with duplicate values. The DVARP function only calculates the variance of unique values, so it will not produce accurate results if there are duplicates in the data set.

The Excel function DIVARPS calculates the variance of a population based on a given set of values. The Excel function DIVARPS calculates the variance of a population based on a given set of values. The Excel function DIVARPS calculates the variance of a population based on a given set of values.

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