Measurements of the reactions at points 1 and 4: of 0.37 and 0.12
How to calculate the response at other points, most accurately if I know that impacts in 169,10% gives the reaction of 0.37, and the impact of 119% ~ 0,12 ?
The problem is that the exposure data, I can roughly calculate a measurement of the reaction a very expensive operation. Literally.
1 actually points of measurement, not two, but three - the third hypothetical - I know that at zero exposure, the reaction of 0.05. In General, you can deduct a basic level of response and to say that 0 == 0; 169 == 0,32; 119 == 0,07, X == ?
2 of course, I just tried to build the line, taking over one of the axes of vozdeistvie - in principle, such a curve passes through both points of the experiment shaped curve effect. But for these values goes negative already at about 60% of the impact that nonuse. The reaction cannot physically be negative.