## swiftskier96 Group Title Help!?!? 8. You research the cost of a gallon of gasoline over several years to look for a trend. The table shows your data. What is a line of best fit for the data? Based upon these prices, how much would you expect to pay in 2026? Year |1980| |1984| |1988| |1992| |1996| |2000| |2004| |2008| |2012| Price per Gallon |\$1.25| |\$1.27| |\$1.05| |\$1.28| |\$1.43| |\$1.68| |\$2.11| |\$3.72| |\$3.99| (1 point) y = 0.347x + 0.856; \$9.88 y = .087x – 171.26; \$5.01 y = 0.134x + 1.25; \$7.41 y = 0.087x + 0.587; \$4.59 one year ago one year ago

1. swiftskier96 Group Title

8. You research the cost of a gallon of gasoline over several years to look for a trend. The table shows your data. What is a line of best fit for the data? Based upon these prices, how much would you expect to pay in 2026? Year |1980| |1984| |1988| |1992| |1996| |2000| |2004| |2008| |2012| Price per Gallon |\$1.25| |\$1.27| |\$1.05| |\$1.28| |\$1.43| |\$1.68| |\$2.11| |\$3.72| |\$3.99| (1 point) y = 0.347x + 0.856; \$9.88 y = .087x – 171.26; \$5.01 y = 0.134x + 1.25; \$7.41 y = 0.087x + 0.587; \$4.59

2. Saikam Group Title

second option

3. swiftskier96 Group Title

How did you figure that out?

4. Saikam Group Title

u have to use a regression calculator for that

5. swiftskier96 Group Title

Oh ok. Thanks! :)

6. vt Group Title

Just for anyone who is viewing this for an answer.. it's actually choice D. \$4.59

7. ihatemath12345 Group Title

thx @vt