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13a, the height of the curve will be small. 13b, the height will be larger. 13 as follows: .... , here, the product of the three heights) as the measure of consistency of the parameter value with the sample data. The product is called the likelihood value of the parameter value fJ, and is denoted by L (fJ,). , the likelihood value). If the value of fJ, is not consistent with the data, the densities will be small and the product L(fJ,) will be small. 0000354 L(fJ, Since the likelihood value L(fJ, = 230) is a very small number, it is shown in scientific notation, which indicates that there are nine zeros after the decimal place before 279.

4), SYSTAT (Ref. 5), JMP (Ref. 6), S-Plus (Ref. 7), and MATLAB (Ref. 8);,. 3 Simple Linear Regression Model with Distribution of Error Terms Unspecified Formal Statement of Model In Part I we consider a basic regression model where there is only one predictor variable and the regression function is linear. , u{c;, Cj} = 0 for all i, j; i =1= j) i =_1, ... 1) is said to be simple, linear in the parameters, and linear in the predictor variable. It is "simple" in that there is only one predictor variable, "linear in the parameters," because no parameter appears as an exponent or is multiplied or divided by another parameter, and "linear in the predictor variable," because this variable appears only in the first power.

1). 1) are called regression coefficients. f3, is the slope of the regression line. It indicates the change in the mean of the probability distribution of Y per unit increase in X. The parameter f30 is the Y intercept of the regression line. When the scope of the model includes X = 0, f30 gives the mean of the probability distribution of Y at X = O. When the scope of the model does not cover X = 0, f30 does not have any particular meaning as a s~parate term in the regression model. 1X for the electrical distributor example.

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