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Generalized Least Square Method also called Least Cubic Method

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Q: What is generalized least square method?
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What is Least Cubic Method?

"Least Cubic Method" Also called "Generalized the Least Square Method", is new Method of data regression.


What are the disadvantages and disadvantages of least square method?

The disadvantages are that the calculations required are not simple and that the method assumes that the same linear relationship is applicable across the whole data range. And these are the disadvantages of the least squares method.


What are the disadvantages of least square method?

High sensetivity to outliers (i.e. Extreme observation)


What do scientists use?

Scientists use a generalized protocol known as the scientific method.


Why the square in least square method?

Because the sum of the deviations would, by definition, always be zero. So there is nothing to be minimised to improve the fit.


Why is there no single set of steps in the scientific method?

Because the scientific method is just that -- a generalized way to discover answers that will vary with each experiment


Can a linear trend line can be obtained by using a least square method rather than a scatter diagram method?

A scatter diagram will give a quick but rough extimate of the trend line - especially if there is a lot of variation about the trend. The least squares method will be more accurate.


What is the square root of 196 using successive subtraction method and factorization method?

The square root of 196 is 14, no matter what method you use. If you work a math problem two different ways and get different answers, then at least one of them is wrong, and there's a good chance that both of them are.


What is generalized data?

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How do you compute a square root?

Square roots are computed using the Babylonian method, calculators, Newton's method, or the Rough estimation method. * * * * * Or the Newton-Raphson method.


What is the hunting range of an eagle?

Of course you want a generalized answer. The range usually spans thousands of square acres.


For every generalization there will always be at least one blank among the things being generalized about?

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