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CHAPTER 8 Curve Fitting, Regression, and Correlation
8.12. Work Problem 8.11 by using the method of Problem 8.9.
Subtract an appropriate value, say, 68, from x and y (the numbers subtracted from x and from y could be different). This leads to Table 8-5. From the table we find n a xryr b n a xr2 Also since xr x # x xr # 68, yr 68 y 16 12 Q a xrR Q a xrR Q a yrR
(12)(47) ( 16)( 5) (12)(106) (16)2 x # y # b(x 68, yr # yr # y # 68 68. Thus 5 12
68, we have xr # 68 66.67, y #
The required regression equation of y on x is y y 67.58 0.476(x
x), i.e., # 35.85 0.476x
66.07) or y
in agreement with Problem 8.11, apart from rounding errors. In a similar manner we can obtain the regression equation of x on y. Table 8-5 xr 3 5 1 4 0 6 2 2 0 1 1 3 gxr 16 gyr yr 0 2 0 3 1 2 0 3 3 1 0 2 5 gxr2 xr2 9 25 1 16 0 36 4 4 0 1 1 9 106 gxryr xryr 0 10 0 12 0 12 0 6 0 1 0 6 47 yr2 0 4 0 9 1 4 0 9 9 1 0 4 gyr2 41
Nonlinear equations reducible to linear form 8.13. Table 8-6 gives experimental values of the pressure P of a given mass of gas corresponding to various values of the volume V. According to thermodynamic principles, a relationship having the form PVg C, where g and C are constants, should exist between the variables. (a) Find the values of g and C. (b) Write the equation connecting P and V. (c) Estimate P when V 100.0 in3.
Table 8-6 Volume V (in3) Pressure P (lb > in2)
Since PV
54.3 61.2
61.8 49.5
72.4 37.6
88.7 28.4
118.6 19.2
194.0 10.1
C, we have upon taking logarithms to base 10, log P g log V log C or log P log C g log V
CHAPTER 8 Curve Fitting, Regression, and Correlation
Setting log V (1) x and log P y, the last equation can be written y a bx
g. where a log C and b Table 8-7 gives the values of x and y corresponding to the values of V and P in Table 8-6 and also indicates the calculations involved in computing the least-squares line (1). Table 8-7 x log V 1.7348 1.7910 1.8597 1.9479 2.0741 2.2878 gx 11.6953 gy y log P 1.7868 1.6946 1.5752 1.4533 1.2833 1.0043 8.7975 gx2 x2 3.0095 3.2077 3.4585 3.7943 4.3019 5.2340 23.0059 gxy xy 3.0997 3.0350 2.9294 2.8309 2.6617 2.2976 16.8543
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8.14. Solve Problem 8.13 by plotting the data on log-log graph paper.
For each pair of values of the pressure P and volume V in Table 8-6, we obtain a point that is plotted on the specially constructed log-log graph paper shown in Fig. 8-10. A line (drawn freehand) approximating these points is also indicated. The resulting graph shows that there is a linear relationship between log P and log V, which can be represented by the equation log P a b log V or y a bx
The slope b, which is negative in this case, is given numerically by the ratio of the length of AB to the length of AC. Measurement in this case yields b 1.4. To obtain a, one point on the line is needed. For example, when V 100, P 25 from the graph. Then a so that log P 1.4 log V 4.2, log PV1.4 4.2, and PV1.4 16,000 log P b log V log 25 1.4 log 100 1.4 (1.4)(2) 4.2
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