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anonymous
 one year ago
George has found a relationship between the sale of sweaters in his store and the air temperature, in degrees Celsius. The table below shows the data collected by George:
Temperature (in degrees Celsius)
(x) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16
Number of sweaters sold
(y) 250 242 234 226 218 210 202 194 186
Part A: What would most likely be the number of sweaters sold if the temperature is 27 degrees Celsius? (3 points)
Part B: Predict a possible correlation coefficient for the data in the table and explain why you think your prediction is a good value for the data. (4 points)
anonymous
 one year ago
George has found a relationship between the sale of sweaters in his store and the air temperature, in degrees Celsius. The table below shows the data collected by George: Temperature (in degrees Celsius) (x) 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 Number of sweaters sold (y) 250 242 234 226 218 210 202 194 186 Part A: What would most likely be the number of sweaters sold if the temperature is 27 degrees Celsius? (3 points) Part B: Predict a possible correlation coefficient for the data in the table and explain why you think your prediction is a good value for the data. (4 points)

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