VARPA(value1 [,value2] [..])

Returns the variance based on an entire population (including logical values and text).

value1The first value.
value2(Optional) The second value.

* This function assumes that the arguments represent the entire population (as opposed to a sample).
* VARPA assumes that its arguments are the entire population. If your data represents a sample of the population, you must compute the variance using VARA.
* Arguments that contain TRUE evaluate as 1; arguments that contain text or FALSE evaluate as 0 (zero).
* Using the data from the VARA example and assuming that only 10 tools are produced during the production run, VARPA measures the variance of breaking strengths for all the tools.
* You can have a maximum of 30 arguments.
* You can use the VAR.P function to return the variance based on an entire population.
* You can use the VAR.S function to return the variance based on a sample.
* You can use the VARA function to return the variance based on a sample (including logical values and text).
* For the Microsoft documentation refer to
* For the Google documentation refer to

1=VARPA(10,20,30,40,50,60) = 291.667

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