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Just interested in knowing what formulae we get for S1. I know we get the normal tables (and reverse) and the regression ones (Sxx, Syy, Sxy). But I cant find a detailed list apart from when I'm in an exam.
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Just interested in knowing what formulae we get for S1. I know we get the normal tables (and reverse) and the regression ones (Sxx, Syy, Sxy). But I cant find a detailed list apart from when I'm in an exam.
Google edexcel formula book

You can download a copy
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Just interested in knowing what formulae we get for S1. I know we get the normal tables (and reverse) and the regression ones (Sxx, Syy, Sxy). But I cant find a detailed list apart from when I'm in an exam.
http://www.mathsnetalevel.com/downlo...rmula_book.pdf
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