If you had a set of X values and a set of Y values, how do you get the standard deviation of the difference?
Give the n=16, the summation of the differences = 108, and the summation of the differences squared is 1746, the mean of the differences is 6.75. How would you get the standard deviation (it should come out to 8.234)?
I tried 1746-6.75^2/16 and that didn't come out quite right. Then I started playing around by squaring and dividing stuff. I know I somehow need to get to about 68, so that when I do the square root, I get back 8.234. I would need 1020 if I divide by n-1 (15) or 1088 if I divide by 16. Can't seem to get it, though, and everything I looked up assumes you have the list of numbers and can do the whole (summation of (difference - average difference)^2)/N.