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- Feb 16th 2007, 01:02 PMangelica2007Flow rate
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- Feb 16th 2007, 01:19 PMCaptainBlack
- Feb 16th 2007, 01:46 PMangelica2007
Well

- Feb 16th 2007, 01:56 PMCaptainBlack
You had better decide that yourself. My professional opinion is that

there is insufficient data to warrant any such fitting process.

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How would I find the rate of change for it?

So at time t=time(i)+time(i+1), the rate of change is:

~= (flow(i+1)-flow(i))/(time(i+1)-time(i)).

The attachment shows a plot of this.

RonL - Feb 16th 2007, 02:10 PMangelica2007
Well I

I don't understand how to find the rate of change. Can you please ellaborate. - Feb 16th 2007, 02:26 PMMathGuru
how about seperating the data/bestfit to before t<=54 and after t>=54

- Feb 16th 2007, 02:28 PMangelica2007
so

- Feb 16th 2007, 02:34 PMCaptainBlack
- Feb 16th 2007, 06:48 PMangelica2007
I'm

- Feb 16th 2007, 11:29 PMCaptainBlack
- Feb 17th 2007, 07:43 AMangelica2007
Once I find the derivative do evaluate it at 0 to find the slope?

- Feb 17th 2007, 07:46 AMCaptainBlack
- Feb 17th 2007, 07:48 AMangelica2007
I understand it now. So when it said to consider the time between 00:00 on Oct 27 and 00:00 on Nov 2, does that have an effect?

- Feb 17th 2007, 07:49 AMCaptainBlack
- Feb 17th 2007, 07:51 AMangelica2007
So would the best fit line be the one that crosses the most points?