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By expanding the binomial in (see equation in attached file) and summing term by term, derive a formula for calculating the kth moment about the mean in terms of the kth and lower order moments about the origin.

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By expanding the binomial in

and summing term by term, derive a formula for calculating the kth moment about the mean in terms of the kth and lower order moments about the origin.
.n _ _ _ _
1 ∑ { kc0 ( x )^k - kc1 (xi) ( x )^k-1 + kc2 (xi)^2 ( x )^k-2 - kc3 (xi)^3 ( x )^k-3 ......
n i=1

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