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Run the keygen (Autocad 2010 SP1) from the folder you extracted the files to. How to use the crack Run the cracked file (Autocad 2010 SP1) from the folder you extracted the files to. How to un-crack Autocad Un-cracked Autocad is a folder of two folders (2010_cracked & 2010_original). You may have to change the file name to an original. Q: How to find the relationship between the initial value of a moving average and its variance? I am struggling to understand the formula for variance of a moving average of a random variable $Var_f[X] = E[f(X-\bar{X})] – E[f(X)]^2 = E[f(X-\bar{X})^2] – (E[f(X-\bar{X})])^2$ I understand the formula for the variance of a moving average of $X$ is: $Var[Y] = Var[Y] + \bar{Y} – (E[Y])^2$ And the variance of $Y$ is $Var[Y] = E[Y^2] – E[Y]^2$ But I don’t understand why the variance is just shifted and changed in its value. Can someone explain why? A: You want to find the variance of a moving average of a random variable \begin{align} E\big[f(X_t-\overline{X})\big]&=E\big[f(X_t)\big]-E\big[f(\overline{X})\big]\\ &=E\big[f(X_t)\big]-\overline{f(X)}\;, \end{align} where the second equality follows from $E[f(\overline{X})]=\overline{f(X)}$. Then \begin{align} E\big[f(X_t-\overline{X})^2\big]&=E\big[f(X_t-\overline{X})\big]^2+E\big[f(X_t-\overline{X})\big]^2-2E\big