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From: Louis Duchesne

To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2003040916:22:29
Subject: Re: Slope, Linear Regression & Equation Solver (TI-83)

A distribution was fitted with a linear model y=ax+b. A 95% confidence limit may be calculated for every prediction Y. Is it possible to calculate a confidence limit associated to the ratio of two successive prediction (y(n+1)/y(n)). Thank you in advance

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