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7 items are filed under this topic.    Page1/1            Two regression lines 2014-06-14 From catherine:Given a set of data values ,we can get two regression lines .Explain.Answered by Robert Dawson and Penny Nom.     An exponential equation 2010-10-19 From Sandi:Question from sandi, a student: I have several questions similar to this one and was wondering if you could walk me through this one. I'm totally lost on how to do it. Paramecia reproduce by splitting in two. In a laboratory flask, a colony of paramecia had an initial population of 500. Each day, the population of the paramecia was counted. The results are as listed. Time (in days)------Population 0-----------------------500 1-----------------------600 2-----------------------720 3-----------------------864 4----------------------1037 5---------------------1244 6---------------------1493 7----------------------1792 8---------------------2150 1.)Using graphing calculator make a scatter plot of the data in table. I think I did this part right I set my window at Xmin=0 Xmax=10 Xscl=1 Ymin=0 Ymax=2500 Yscl=100 Xres=1 2.) Determine an exponential equation to represent the population as a function of time without using a graphing calculator.I have no clue how to do this. 3.)Suppose the flask and food supply is large enough to support the trend of the population growth. Estimate the population of the colony when the time is 10 days.Answered by Penny Nom.     Express t as a function of d 2005-11-30 From Matthew:I have a problem on my homework I cant seem to figure out. Basically it gives me this Linear Regression Equation: ln t=1.5 ln d-0.8954 and it wants be to transform the equation expressing t as a function of d. For some reason I keep getting it wrong. Anyone got an idea of how to do this? Answered by Penny Nom.     Performance reviews 2002-11-21 From Lara:Perhaps you can help. He's doing performance reviews at work. The average performance review is 3.92 on a 5.0 scale. This person would receive a 3.5% raise for next year. The highest performance review is 4.9 and this person would recieve a 6.0% raise for next year. How do I solve for the other performance review numbers. Answered by Penny Nom.     Linear regression 2002-01-16 From Murray:If you have a set of coordinates (x,y),(x,y),...,(x[n],y[n]),find the value of m and b for which SIGMA[from 1 to m=n]AbsoluteValue(y[m]-m*x[m]-b) is at its absolute minimum.Answered by Harley Weston.     Linear regression 2001-08-01 From A student and a mother: My mom is taking a correspondence course in Simple Linear Regression and Correlation Analysis and we've been arguing about the relationship between the correlation -rxy and standard estimate of error-Sy.x. I took statistics last year in high school and I remember something about the Sy.x being proportionate to the r. Are they inversely related, directly related, not related, or can only range from 0 to 1.00? Her book doesn't say very much and I believe they are inversely related. She says they're directly related.Answered by Chris Fisher and Penny Nom.     Fitting a Curve 1999-01-19 From Kirk Doward:Hello my name is Kirk from Scarborough, Ontario. I have been out of a formal education system for thirty years. I program microcontrollers in my spare time. I have built a temperature sensing device ready to go but, thermistors are very non-linear. I do know that there is a way to calculate the input condition of the thermistor and display the correct temperature in degrees C. I am sending a file to show my progression so far.Answered by Harley Weston.      Page1/1    Math Central is supported by the University of Regina and The Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.    about math central :: site map :: links :: notre site français