I read about "Linear regression" and I want to make sure that what I read is right(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Just tell if these equations are right-

Slope of line of regression for y on x is given by

[itex] m=\frac{E(XY)-E(X)E(Y)}{E(X^{2})-[E(X)]^{2}}

\\ m=\frac{Cov(XY)}{Var(X)}

\\ m=\frac{ρσ_{x}σ_{y}}{σ_{x}^{2}}

\\ m=\frac{ρσ_{y}}{σ_{x}}

\\and\ the\ equation\ is

\\y-\bar{y}= m (x-\bar{x})

[/itex]

Similarly the slope of line of regression of x on y is given by

[itex]

\\

\\ m=\frac{ρσ_{x}}{σ_{y}}

\\and\ the\ equation\ is

\\x-\bar{x}= m (y-\bar{y})

[/itex]

Just tell me if the above equations are right.

Thanks a lot

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# Linear regression

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