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A residual is a metric that measures how well a line fits a single data point. A residual is the vertical distance between two points. The residual is positive for data points above the line, while it is negative for data points below the line. The better the fit, the closer a data point's residual is to zero.

Residual analysis is the process of analyzing the economic impact of a project or initiative. It is a way for businesses to measure and understand the value delivered by their investments. It helps them make better decisions about what projects to invest in and what projects to terminate. It also helps them determine whether they are receiving value from their investments.

Residual analysis is the process of finding the remaining amount of a product after it has been used. This can be done by analyzing the residuals in the following steps:

  • Identify the amount of product that is left over after each usage.
  • Calculate how much of this product is remaining in each usage
  • Compare this difference to an average residual value and determine whether or not there is any change in residual value.

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