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Relationship between study time (T) and exam mark (M) is estimated to be M^=20+5 * T
Interpret both coefficients
Can anyone explain what I’m meant to do
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Relationship between study time (T) and exam mark (M) is estimated to be M^=20+5 * T
Interpret both coefficients
Can anyone explain what I’m meant to do
- Think about what happens when T = 0
- Think about what happens as T changes e.g. from T = 1 to T = 2
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Maybe think about it like a graph, can you equate this to y=mx+c? What would be the relationship in the graph? If you can't visualise it pick some points e.g. T=1,2,3,4,5 and plot these points to help you
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- Think about what happens when T = 0
- Think about what happens as T changes e.g. from T = 1 to T = 2
So it would be
M = 20 + 5 * 1
M= 20+ 5 * 2
And then explain what’s happening?
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(Original post by Mal.singhh21)
So it would be
M = 20 + 5 * 1
M= 20+ 5 * 2
And then explain what’s happening?
How does M change when T increases by 1? And how does that relate to the '5' coefficient?
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