@ebarchuleta1 asked 9 months ago.

What is the difference between Y and Y hat?

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@david answered 7 months ago.

The equation has the form Y= a + bX, where Y Hat is the dependent variable(that’s the variable that goes on the Y-axis), X is the independent variable (i.e. it is plotted on the X-axis), b is the slope of the line and a is the Y Ha

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@Gaurii answered 7 months ago.

 The equation has the form Y= a + bX, where Y Hat is the dependent variable (that’s the variable that goes on the Y-axis), X is the independent variable (i.e. it is plotted on the X-axis), b is the slope of the line and a is the Y Hat.

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@iffihinu answered 7 months ago.

The two biggest differences between these two words are pronunciation and meaning. Y is pronounced like “y” as in “yolk” or “y” as in “yes”. Y hat is pronounced like “y” as in “yolk” and “hat”.
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@eduhywennu answered 7 months ago.

The difference between ‘Y’ and ‘Y hat’ is simple. ‘Y hat’ means ‘an object is shaped like a ‘Y’. For example, a ‘Y hat’ is a hat that is shaped like a ‘Y’.
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@toqefimmell answered 7 months ago.

Y vs. Y hat is a question I get all the time. You vs. you hat? It’s only one letter different but it means a lot. Y is a subject pronoun and you is the object pronoun. In other words, "Y" is the one doing the action and "you" is the one receiving the action.
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