anonymous
  • anonymous
Use the data you collected for the regular assessment and the graphing tool above to: Create another scatter plot using the same data. Create the line of best fit using the graphing tool and calculate the equation of that line. Submit the equation of the line along with the coordinates of two points that lie on the line.
Mathematics
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
In a paragraph of at least three sentences, compare and contrast the line you drew manually in the regular lesson with the line you just found using the graphing technology. As you write your paragraph, consider how the resulting equations are alike and how they are different. Answer these questions and compare them to the answers you found with your estimated line of best fit in the regular lesson: According to your findings how tall would a woman be whose arm span is 66 inches? According to your findings what can you expect the arm span of a 74-inch tall man to be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
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