F frog May 2010 27 0 May 27, 2010 #1 How do you solve the regression line? I have a formula a = y(bar) - bx(bar) *bar here representing a line over the y and x terms. how do you get the numbers to sub in, i don't understand it at all!!!

How do you solve the regression line? I have a formula a = y(bar) - bx(bar) *bar here representing a line over the y and x terms. how do you get the numbers to sub in, i don't understand it at all!!!

pickslides MHF Helper Sep 2008 5,237 1,625 Melbourne May 27, 2010 #2 You line you are looking for is \(\displaystyle y=ax+b\) where and You find this line from a data set. Do you have a data set?

You line you are looking for is \(\displaystyle y=ax+b\) where and You find this line from a data set. Do you have a data set?