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TestTakingLifesaver

  • 2 years ago

Which equation is the BEST fit for the data in the graph?

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  1. TestTakingLifesaver
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    Graph is attached above.

  3. TestTakingLifesaver
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    nevermind.

  4. ottomatic
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    I would say linear u should be able to using a graphing calculator plug in ur points in a table. then u can get equations based off of ur data and plug then back in to the y = it's most likely linear though. Since its not close to a curve draw a straight line half should be on top half on bottom.

  5. TestTakingLifesaver
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    @ottomatic Can you solve the equation please?

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