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The table shows the amount of milk that Wisconsin dairy farms produced from 1937 to 1968. Which model best fits this data?

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  1. mskyeg
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    Possible answers y = –0.139x + 6.57 y = 6.57x + 0.139 y = 0.139x + 6.57 y = 0.139x – 6.57

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    Do you know how to get those possible answers?

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    You there?

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  5. mskyeg
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    no i don't

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  6. zordoloom
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    Have you heard of linear regression before?

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  7. mskyeg
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    ive heard of it but i don't remember how to do it

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    Well there are two ways that you can do it. 1, on a calculator that supports such a function, or by hand. Or you can simply graph each option and see which one matches the table.

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    i tried using my graphing calculator but that didn't get me an answer

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    What kind of graphing calculator do you have?

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  11. mskyeg
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    a texas instrument one

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    is it a ti-84?

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    TI-83 TI-84 TI-89 ? Any of these? They might say TI-84 plus or something like that?

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    i have no clue

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    What does it say on top of it? It is a graphing calculator right?

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    Something like this?

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    no i know that it has a screen and a sort of mouse pad like a computer

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    my mom is pretty desperate for me to do well in math so she got me the like 500 dollar one

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    a ti-nspire?

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  20. zordoloom
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    It helps to know. ti-nspire cx cas ti-npire cx google them and let me know. Otherwise you can just do the standard paper and pencil method.

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    how do i do the paper and pencil method

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    http://easycalculation.com/statistics/learn-regression.php

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    That should help.

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    that didn't work when i plugged in one of the possible x and y values it said it was invalid

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    Did you ever find answer to this one ? :/

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