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HP11  Dave Bleam  10172005 I found an old HP11 (still in working condition), but I forgot how to run the linear regression program on it. Can somebody jog my memory? Re: HP11  Namir  10172005 First make sure the stat sum registers are clear by pressing the [f][GSB] keys. To enter data:
1) Type the value for y To get the linear regression coefficients press [f][sigma +] keys. To remove data:
1) Type the value for y Re: HP11  Dave Bleam  10182005 Thank you for your help: those steps got my Y intercept point; does this have the capability to calculate the slope also? (using Y=ax+b formula)?
Re: HP11  Namir  10192005 To see the slope, click the [x<>y] button after you click the [f][sigma +] keys.
I suggest you either buy a copy of the HP11C user's manual from eBay or get the museum CDs/DVD that contains the two manuals (user's manual and applications manual) for the HP11C.
Re: HP11  Ron Ross  10192005 You can probably download the Hp12c manual in PDF format from Hp. The Stats and linear regression are either the same or very close in operations. If you can just select chapters, you can be selective.
Re: HP11  Namir  10192005 The HP12C has linear regression commands that are quite different from the HP11C. For one, the 12C does not have keys to calculate the slope & intercept and push them into the stack like the 11C does.
HP11C *back plate*  Karl Schneider  10192005 Dave posted,
Quote: Crikey! Didja take a look at the back plate of the HP11C (assuming it is still there, and readable)? It's got a diagram 'n' everything for the "L.R." linear regression function. Namir posted,
Quote: Amen to that...  KS
Re: HP11C *back plate*  Arnaud Amiel  10202005 The back plate is there:
Arnaud
Re: HP11  Dave Bleam  10202005 Mine still has a pretty intact back plate; its got some good info. I still like the idea of buying the manual. The backplate doesnt give me enough information to run the LR program. Namir's instructions were right on the money. Incidently, I'm 53; the oldest guy in my Physics class. The calculator is older than some of the students; next week I'll bring in my slide rule.
