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Given two variables with a correlation, you can predict one from the other using the familiar

E(Y|X) = EY + r * s_y * (X - EX) / s_x

What I want to know is how to predict values from multiple variables, especially when these variables themselves are correlated.

E(Y | A B C) = ??

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# Using Correlation to Predict Values

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