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Name: Ashley Davis Lab Section: 1401 Date: Homework 5 Problem 3 Input Section: Calculation Section: Output Section: 760 11.70 -268.8 12.80 -196 -330 19.01 0 19.95 20 21.97 100 24.86 200 27.68 300 30.43 400 33.15 500 35.83 600 38.46 700 41.00 800 43.48 900 45.89 1000 48.25 1100 50.57 1200 52.85 1300 57.30 1400 63.00 1600 760 Error value (e): 0.05 Problem Description: Resisitivity (µohm-cm) Temperature (°C) D. Prediction for 41 µohm-cm: E. Prediction for 0 µohm-cm: D. Temperature prediction for 41 μ ohm-cm: 0.00 10.00 -1000 -500 0 500 1000 1500
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Unformatted text preview: 2000 f(x) = 37.09x - 7 R = 1 Temperat Temperature (C)-330 Discuss quality of prediction: I choose my value because I knew E. Temperature prediction for 0 ohm-cm: 20.00 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 70.00 710.45 ture as a Function of Resitivity Temperature ( C) Linear Regression for Temperature ( C) Resistivity that the value was going to be negative and that 0 was a little less that 11.67. Therefore, I assumed that the value was -330....
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