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Hi I am a third year mechanical engineer, and have been reading around the course. I have never heard of the two methods above, and they have never been mentioned on the course - and therefore arent relevent, but I am reading an article that seems to use them. The following is what I have:

It is some form of least squares method for curves, used to estimate a few unknown parameters.

I am trying to find out a and b, although c

The first image, is the first equation, with a, b and c

Anyway, i have five or 6 values for T0 which apparently using one of the above methods means I can approximate using these equations, the values for a and b?

Anyone know how to do this and what they are talking about?

THanks

Alex

It is some form of least squares method for curves, used to estimate a few unknown parameters.

I am trying to find out a and b, although c

_{0}is included in the brackets of S:The first image, is the first equation, with a, b and c

_{0}although the equation for c_{0}is shown. The second equation I think is how to solve for a?????Anyway, i have five or 6 values for T0 which apparently using one of the above methods means I can approximate using these equations, the values for a and b?

Anyone know how to do this and what they are talking about?

THanks

Alex

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