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Equally obviously, a line that fits some observations well will fit others badly and vice versa. We need to devise a criterion of fit that takes account of the size of all the residuals simultaneously. There are a number of possible criteria, some of which work better than others. It is useless minimizing the sum of the residuals, for example. The sum will automatically be equal to 0 if you make b1 equal to Y and b2 equal to 0, obtaining the horizontal line Y = Y . The positive residuals will then exactly balance the negative ones but, other than this, the line will not fit the observations.
They apply equally to sample variance and population variance: Variance Rule 1 If Y = V + W, Var(Y) = Var(V) + Var(W) + 2Cov(V, W). Variance Rule 2 If Y = bZ, where b is a constant, Var(Y) = b2Var(Z). Variance Rule 3 If Y = b, where b is a constant, Var(Y) = 0. Variance Rule 4 If Y = V + b, where b is a constant, Var(Y) = Var(V). First, note that the variance of a variable X can be thought of as the covariance of X with itself: 10 COVARIANCE, VARIANCE, AND CORRELATION Var( X ) = 1 n n ∑ i =1 (X i − X )2 = 1 n n ∑(X i − X )( X i − X ) = Cov( X , X ) .
Variance Rule 3 If Y = b, where b is a constant, Var(Y) = 0. Variance Rule 4 If Y = V + b, where b is a constant, Var(Y) = Var(V). First, note that the variance of a variable X can be thought of as the covariance of X with itself: 10 COVARIANCE, VARIANCE, AND CORRELATION Var( X ) = 1 n n ∑ i =1 (X i − X )2 = 1 n n ∑(X i − X )( X i − X ) = Cov( X , X ) . 16) i =1 In view of this equivalence, we can make use of the covariance rules to establish the variance rules. 20) This is trivial. If Y is a constant, its average value is the same constant and (Y – Y ) is 0 for all observations.