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anonymous
 one year ago
Darius is studying the relationship between mathematics and art. He asks friends to each draw a "typical” rectangle. He measures the length and width in centimeters of each rectangle and plots the points on a graph, where x represents the width and y represents the length. The points representing the rectangles are (6.1, 12.0), (5.0, 8.1), (9.1, 15.2), (6.5, 10.2), (7.4, 11.3), and (10.9, 17.5). Which equation could Darius use to determine the length, in centimeters, of a "typical” rectangle for a given width in centimeters?
A. y = 0.605x + 0.004
B. y = 0.959x + 0.041
C. y = 1.518x + 0.995
anonymous
 one year ago
Darius is studying the relationship between mathematics and art. He asks friends to each draw a "typical” rectangle. He measures the length and width in centimeters of each rectangle and plots the points on a graph, where x represents the width and y represents the length. The points representing the rectangles are (6.1, 12.0), (5.0, 8.1), (9.1, 15.2), (6.5, 10.2), (7.4, 11.3), and (10.9, 17.5). Which equation could Darius use to determine the length, in centimeters, of a "typical” rectangle for a given width in centimeters? A. y = 0.605x + 0.004 B. y = 0.959x + 0.041 C. y = 1.518x + 0.995

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0D. y = 1.967x + 0.984
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