For the following data:
X  Y 
1  2 
4  7 
3  5 
2  1 
5  14 
3  7 
To Find: The regression equation for predicting Y using X.
Given info:
The data represents the numerical values for two variables X and Y.
Calculations:
The regression equation for predicting Y using X is obtained as follows:
X  Y 



1  2  4  16  8 
4  7  1  1  1 
3  5  0  1  0 
2  1  1  25  5 
5  14  4  64  16 
3  7  0  1  0 





Mean:
The general formula for mean of X is,
Thus, the mean of the variable X is 3.
The general formula for mean of Y is,
Thus, the mean of the variable Y is 6
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