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The interest calculation method that uses 360 days as the time factor denominator is

Contemporary Mathematics | 6th Edition | ISBN: 9780538481267 | Authors: Robert Brechner ISBN: 9780538481267 378

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The interest calculation method that uses 360 days as the time factor denominator is known as interest. (10-2)

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Chapter 4 Correlation and Linear Regression I will skip Section 7 (Regression to the Mean) and Section 11 (Nonlinear Relationships). You are responsible for the other sections including the What Can Go Wrong and Ethics sections. Response Variable vs. Explanatory Variable (Factor) --- know what they are Scatter Plot to look at the relationship between Two Quantitative Variables Put the Explanatory Variable on horizontal axis and the Response Variable on the vertical axis. The Fit Y by X platform in JMP can be used for everything we do in this chapter. Example 1: Recall the class survey data from Chapter 2 notes. We now look at two of the quantitative variables in that survey. We want to investigate how height (explanatory variable or factor) affects speed (the response variable). The scatterplot describes the relationship between Speed and Height. Examine Scatterplot Overall Pattern (form, direction, strength)  Form: linear, curved, clusters, no pattern  Direction: positive, negative, no direction  Strength: how closely the points fit the “form” Unusual Deviations from the overall pattern (outliers) Analyze > Fit Y by X Form: Linear  Y (Response) →Speed Direction: Positive  X (Factor) → Height > OK Strength: Fairly Weak r = 0.4190 Red Triangle Two unusual obs Upper left-hand corner > Density Ellipse → 0.95 They appear noticeably away from the general pattern (ellipse) of

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Textbook: Contemporary Mathematics
Edition: 6
Author: Robert Brechner
ISBN: 9780538481267

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