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Archers need to use arrows that do not bend easily. The table shows how the weight of an arrow affects its spine, or the distance the center of the arrow bends when a certain constant weight is attached. Graph the data in the table to find a linear and a quadratic model for the data. Use the regression feature on your calculator to find each model. Which model is a better fit? Explain.
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´┐╝Step 1: Plot the points on a graph Step 2: Using the TI calculator or the DreamCalc, find the linear regression and the quadratic regression for this data (Linear Regression is explained in the mini LiveLesson from Unit 2 Lesson 5 and Quadratic Regression is explained in the mini LiveLesson from Unit 4 Lesson 3) Step 3: Determine if linear regression or quadratic regression fit the data better and explain
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