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This gives bi[cnS(xf) + Ci2S(xix2)J + b2 £nS(xix2) + Ci2S(x|)] « CnS(xiy) + Ci2S(x2y) (125) MATHEMATICS OP SAMPLING 35 If Cn and Ci2 are so chosen that CnS(xf) + Ci2S( X1X2) = 1 (126) CnS(xiX2) + Ci2S(x|) = 0 the estimate of hi is given by bi = CnS(xiy) + Ci2S(x2y) (127) From the standpoint of computation, all that is required is to solve the simulta- neous equations (126) for Cn and Ci2 and to use equation (127) to get the numer- ical value of bi. The value of b2 can be estimated in similar fashion.