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Naomi plotted the graph below to show the relationship between the temperature of her city and the number of popsicles she sold daily:

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    Part A: In your own words, describe the relationship between the temperature of the city and the number of popsicles sold. (2 points) Part B: Describe how you can make the line of best fit. Write the approximate slope and y-intercept of the line of best fit. Show your work. (3 points)

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    @jackmullen55

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    as the temp increased so did the number of popsicles sold

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    A: The hotter the city the more popsicles sole (do this in your own words love)

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    is that A or B

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    A

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    B is really only drawing a line through the center of the points e.g.|dw:1432740017756:dw|

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    to do B u pick two points that u think show how most of the points are going and then do y2-y1/x2-x1 to get the slope that u need to plot and @jackmullen55 can explain it better

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    could u guys expanie it better

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    bu tif u chose (90,20) and (40,10) you would do \[\frac{ 90-40 }{ 40-10 }\] and u get 50/30 which reduces to 5/3 and thats the slope that u would plot to find the line of best fit

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    But if**

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    @jackmullen55 is that right?

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    what do i say??

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    Yeah it looks right

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    one sec

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    ok

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    hold on but its (90,20) not (90,40)

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    ok

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    sry one sec

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    Hi I'm back

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