Ehrenberg''s equation, Advanced Statistics

The equation linking the height and weight of the children between the ages of 5 and 13 and given as follows

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here w is the mean weight in kilograms and h the mean height in meters. The relationship has been found to hold in the countries like Canada, England, and France. 



 

 

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