On May 26, 4:37 am, djh <halitsk...@att.net> wrote: > From actual c,e, and u for a1 S63 and S60 for each of the 12 len > intervals, is it possible to compute expected ln(c/e) and ln(c/u) > values? > > If so, must it be the case that actual ln(c/e) and ln(c/u) are the > same as expected? > > If not, what is the proper way to compare actual vs expected?
If you have the actual c, e, and u then why not just compute the actual ln[c/e) and ln(c/u)? I guess I don't understand the question.