Hello there I have been trying to implement the equation of xy_mean into my code down below however I am just unable to do it. The code below gets the elements from a very large list and uses them for equations for (x_mean, y_mean, x_squared_mean, xy_mean)

Formulas:

n is a constant number that all the equations are calculated with

x_mean: (1+2+3)/ n *note that for the second set of numbers it will go like (2+3+4)/n

y_mean : sum/ n = (418.98 + 416.49 + 452)/n

xy_mean = (418.98*1 + 416.49*2 + 452*3)/n

x²_mean = (1²+2²+3²)/ n

```
**number is equal to n from explained in the formulas above
price_Closes = [*long list of numbers]
PC_list = list(map(float, price_Closes))
for i in range(len(PC_list)-(number-1)):
#Getting the y mean
y_mean = sum(PC_list[i:i+number])/number
x_mean = reg_counter/2*(1 + reg_counter)
x_squared_mean = reg_counter*(reg_counter+1)*(2*reg_counter+1)/6
xy_mean = sum(PC_list[i:i+number])/number
y_std = 0
reg_counter += 1
for j in range(number):
y_std += (PC_list[i+j]-y_mean)**2
y_std = round((y_std/(number-1))**(0.5), 1)
stds.append(y_std)
```

Read more here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65046577/python-error-with-getting-the-mean-of-values-in-a-list

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