# Relationship Between Socio Economic Index of Individual and Occupational Prestige Score (Math Problem Sample)

This math task focuses on simple linear regression. The professor had given the student a set of data to help explain the concept of simple linear regression. Using this data set, I plotted a graph with a line of best fit. Using this graph, I came up with an equation in the form of y = mx + c established, where m is the gradient and c is the y-intercept. Using these elements of the equation, I was able to explain the relationship between the Socio-Economic Index of Individual (SEI) and the Occupation Prestige Score.

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This paper analyses the linear relationship between Socio Economic Index of Individual and Occupational Prestige Score. Socio Economic Index of Individual (SEI) is a measure of an individual’s occupation, and education and other variables. This index has a significant effect on the Occupation Prestige Score. Therefore, in this analysis, SEI will be considered as an independent variable while Occupation Prestige Score will be a dependent variable. The two variables will be represented graphically from where a trend will be established and equation derived.

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