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The question is too long. I feel too lazy to read it :(

ive never made a scatter plot tha tI know of...

just three plots aint much of a scatter, but I can make a quad out of it if you want :)

0.001301745743669519x^2
-5.0390080805461945x
+ 4876.675395385017 maybe

lol...you still there?

Youre welcome :) I just hope its useful lol

that doesnt wanna open on this computer....

your probably gonna have to chisel it on a stela and throw it at me :)

I think I'm just a lost cause. I'm lost. Its crazy. Sorry

So I plug in y=60.25(x-40)^2+28(x-40)+.25

Then if I want to know the wages for 1976 Do I plug that in for x or am I crazy lost.

plug in 1976 yes

did you get 60.25 and 28 from those monster fractions?

Ok when I did that I got y=225876992.25

I just plugged a=60.25, b = 28, and c = .25
Into y=a(x-40)^2+b(x-40)+c

I'm sorry I don't know why I'm having so much trouble with this. I'm just not understanding it.

when I use my "quad" finder I programed I get the:

I programmed that thing myself just for cases like these lol

Wow...I don't know. errrr lol

then you show them what I typed out ;) cause thats the most basic way to derive it.

where you got 60.25 and 28 from .... I dunno. Unless I got typoed; which is a possibility

I so need a tutor like you in person

From 1976 as an input we get:
2.36 which is pretty close to 2.30.

:) if your near tampa....

LOL. Near KC, MO

yeah, it was 20 years for me.

tried back in 92 but kids and bills got more important

I hear you

now that im "unemployable" I am going back to get some degrees to teach in colleges

Wow. That is awesome

awesome that im unemployable ? :)

No that you are going back to school now

yeah. Im surrounded by students that are not much older than my kids...

amistre, need your help

Hey...who cares...I think it is great that you are back...trying...Thats amazing

thanx :) BTM, itll be about 30 mins prolly

Ok
Thank you for everything

ok

just finishing up some last minute programming and it should be set....

lol..... still got a bug that needs squashed; sqrt(64) is NOT zero lol

if (q=g){...} is meaningless,
if(q==g){.......} is proper. I forgot to put 2 "=" lol

im just gonna plug in dates till I get near 1 ;) just gonna be easier

I get 1959 = .9434 cents
1960 = 1.006 :)

2009 prediction is:
$7.259 as compared to $7.25

and thats all the answers :)

What are plugging the dates into? Please show me?

a :=approx" 0.0013017457436695186241465733298764; rounded to .001 if need be

plugging the "dates" into is: x = date.
we use the date as the input variable for the value of "X".

c = .25 ;)

output = .001 x^2 +.01 x +.25

that looks more manageable ;)

opps...(x-40)^2 and (x-40) is what it should read

output = .001(x-40)^2 +.01(x-40) +.25

for 1975 we get:
.001(35)^2 +.01(35) + .25 = 1.825 with this simplified version of it.

When I try this and put 1976 in for x I get y=3767.706

but they ask for 1976 lol..... i have a memory like a steel seive :)

1976-40=36 right? so:
.001(36^2) + .01(36) + .25 = 1.906 is what I get for 1976

to get it more accurate, you will have to include more decimal points from the original setup

are you making sure you subtract 40 from the year?

That was my problem. Thank You. I get it now. You are amazing. Thank you Thank you Thank you!!!

I didn't know that. Cool. Thanks again. Yay!!!

yay!! we got new stuff to play with in here...