Thanks. I found an explanation online that weighted moving averages relate to investing and something about how more recent events being given more weight than past events. I suppose that makes sense...sort of.
I haven't seen a difference between weighted moving average and moving average. They have to be different, but I don't know how.
I have taken statistics classes (more than I have ever wanted to). This never came up. Ever. It doesn't seem to be relevant to statistics, though, only to investments and weight loss. Or maybe it's a more advance concept than most statistics.
I'm going to pass on the Hacker's Diet SparkTeam, as I'm maintaining rather than losing at this time.
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