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Is this the correct formula for population variance?

$$\begin{equation}
\sigma^2 = \frac{(\sum(x - \bar{x}))^2}{n}.
\label{eq:popvariance}
\end{equation}$$
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No, the correct formula for population variance is as given below:

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