# The following results were obtained with respect to two variable x and y: <br> `sumx = 30, sum y = 42, sumxy = 199, sumx^(2) = 184, sumy^(2) = 318, n=6`. <br> Find the following: <br> (i) The regression coefficients. <br> (ii) Correlation coefficient between x and y. <br> (iii) Regression equation of y on x. <br> (iv) The likely value of y when x = 10.

Updated On: 29-5-2021

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Answer

Text Solution

(i)

-0.458

, (ii)

-0.384

, (iii) 0, (iv) y=5.382

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