batiteo wrote:ok thanx

go to sleep... i hate insomniac wanna-be's.

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batiteo wrote:ok thanx

go to sleep... i hate insomniac wanna-be's.

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the constant value u take it from the Coefficients table, first...

Secondly, the constant value is also in the equation:

y= a*x + b, where a is the slope and b is the constant.

Good luck, good night and good morning!

Secondly, the constant value is also in the equation:

y= a*x + b, where a is the slope and b is the constant.

Good luck, good night and good morning!

this might help:

http://www.jerrydallal.com/LHSP/slrout.htm

http://www.jerrydallal.com/LHSP/slrout.htm

in Y'= bx+a

i mean :

Y' is what we expect to find(it Yprime)

b is the slope

x is the unit

a is the constant

but now i am confused and i can't remember clearly something he said in the class about tthe depended and the in-depended variable that we have to think about it...anybody remembers???

i mean :

Y' is what we expect to find(it Yprime)

b is the slope

x is the unit

a is the constant

but now i am confused and i can't remember clearly something he said in the class about tthe depended and the in-depended variable that we have to think about it...anybody remembers???

batiteo wrote:in Y'= bx+a

i mean :

Y' is what we expect to find(it Yprime)

b is the slope

x is the unit

a is the constant

but now i am confused and i can't remember clearly something he said in the class about tthe depended and the in-depended variable that we have to think about it...anybody remembers???

y is dependent on the value of x if x increases y will also increase. i know this works the other way around, but in these cases you know x and are trying to estimate y[there is residual error]

so to make it simple:

x-independent

y-dependent

get some sleep or you will be a zombie at the exam and won't remember anything.

PS: is just brilliant

Thanks Vlad !!! i was trying to remember these for more than 30 minutes !!!

i will probably sleep in an hour or two...but now i still have to study some things for qualitative research power analysis and then to make sure that i remember everything!!!

i will probably sleep in an hour or two...but now i still have to study some things for qualitative research power analysis and then to make sure that i remember everything!!!

oh crap. i forgot to study power analysis

it is not so hard but it is 3.50 in the morning and it has to do with exams so good luck with Power Analysis

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