Regression coefficient, Applied Statistics

Regression Coefficient

While analysing regression in two related series, we calculate their regression coefficients also. There are two regression coefficients like two regression equations. Regression  equation  is that ratio  which tells  that with  a changes  of 1 in one series  what will be  an average  changes  in other series. In reality it is an algebraic measurement of the slope of regression line, means it decides the slope of regression line. 

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