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In an experiment to determine the linear relationship between temperature on the Celsius scale (y) and on the Fahrenheit scale (x), a student for the following results: n=5 then it gives me these figure (the sum of) xy=17075, (the sum of) x=475, (the sum of) x(to the second power)=45935, (the sum of) y=175, (the sum of) y(to the second power)=6375// The equation for least squares line is y=__x-(__) /// WHERE DO I BEGIN WITH THIS PROBLEM?

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