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06.03.1 Chapter 06.03 Linear Regression-More Examples Mechanical Engineering Example 1 The coefficient of thermal expansion, ,of steel is given at discrete values of temperature in Table 1. Table 1 Coefficient of thermal expansion versus temperature for steel. Temperature, T Coefficient of thermal expansion, F F in/in 80 6 10 470 . 6 60 6 10 360 . 6 40 6 10 240 . 6 20 6 10 120 . 6 0 6 10 000 . 6 20 6 10 860 . 5 40 6 10 720 . 5 60 6 10 580 . 5 80 6 10 430 . 5 100 6 10 280 . 5 120 6 10 090 . 5 140 6 10 910 . 4 160 6 10 720 . 4 180 6 10 520 . 4 200 6 10 300 . 4 220 6 10 080 . 4 240 6 10 830 . 3 260 6 10 580 . 3 280 6 10 330 . 3 300 6 10 070 . 3 320 6 10 760 . 2 340 6 10 450 . 2
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06.03.2 Chapter 06.03 The data is regressed to a first order polynomial. T
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This note was uploaded on 06/12/2011 for the course EML 3041 taught by Professor Kaw,a during the Spring '08 term at University of South Florida.

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mws_mec_reg_txt_straightline_examples - Chapter 06.03...

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