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Ch 7: Interpreting Linear Models

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Feel confident that you understand how to interpret linear models with help from expert instructors. They have developed entertaining lessons you can review to grasp the correlation coefficient, differences between correlation and causation and more.

Interpreting Linear Models - Chapter Summary

If you're interested in increasing you're knowledge of the process involved in interpreting linear models, you've reached the right place! This chapter offers definitions, formulas and examples of the correlation coefficient, causation and ways to interpret linear relationships. Completing this chapter can boost your knowledge of these concepts and ensure you're able to:

  • Use data to interpret linear relationships
  • Interpret the intercept and slope of a linear model
  • Define the correlation coefficient
  • Differentiate between correlation and causation

Enjoy access to quality lessons you can review from home or anywhere with an Internet connection. Instructors offer expert insights that make it easy for you to understand how to interpret linear models. Review the lessons at your leisure and revisit them as often as you'd like. When ready, assess your knowledge by taking short quizzes and a chapter exam. If you have questions about lesson topics, be sure to submit your questions to our experts.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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