economicus

12-02-2007, 04:29 PM

Hi,

I know this is a somewhat inappropriate question for this forum...but does anyone have any clue how to derive the "variance of the sample variance". The result should be: (2*sigma^2)/(n-1). It seems to be a simple problem, but I can't find the way... Thanks!

I know this is a somewhat inappropriate question for this forum...but does anyone have any clue how to derive the "variance of the sample variance". The result should be: (2*sigma^2)/(n-1). It seems to be a simple problem, but I can't find the way... Thanks!