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Can anyone please help me? I'd greatly appreciate it. I'll attach my link. I don't need you to answer it for me. Just tell me how to do it on my calculator. Working it out by hand is taking much too long.

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    no idea how to do a regression line, but since you are going to use a calculator anyway, i would do this http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=regression+line+%281%2C+log%2863%29%29%2C+%282%2Clog%28114%29%29%2C%283%2Clog%28232%29%29%2C%284%2Clog%28416%29%29%2C%285%2Clog%28707%29%29%2C%286%2Clog%281285%29%29

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    @mahmit2012 is going to show how to do the calculation, but i am going to bet you are supposed to use some program in your calculator, that i wouldn't have any idea how to use

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    This method is called minimum least square method. Means sum of the square of distance between line and points should be minimum.

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    Wow, so I would have to work all of that out on paper to solve problems like this every time? No simple calculator input method?

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    It is more simple that you thought!

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    Haha, you're funny. That's simple to you? I am so not on your level. I'm trying to work it out now though! Thank you so much!!!

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