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anonymous
 one year ago
Part III: Assume Kyle and Caitlyn were extremely accurate and the correlation coefficient is r = 0.99. Find the line of best fit to model the data.
Step 1: Use the formula to find the slope of the line of best fit. Caitlyn already calculated the standard deviation of the yvalues as sy = 7.32. (4 points)
Step 2: Find the yintercept using the formula a = y − bx. (2 points)
anonymous
 one year ago
Part III: Assume Kyle and Caitlyn were extremely accurate and the correlation coefficient is r = 0.99. Find the line of best fit to model the data. Step 1: Use the formula to find the slope of the line of best fit. Caitlyn already calculated the standard deviation of the yvalues as sy = 7.32. (4 points) Step 2: Find the yintercept using the formula a = y − bx. (2 points)

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Part III: Assume Kyle and Caitlyn were extremely accurate and the correlation coefficient is r = 0.99. Find the line of best fit to model the data. Step 1: Use the formula to find the slope of the line of best fit. Caitlyn already calculated the standard deviation of the yvalues as sy = 7.32. (4 points) Step 2: Find the yintercept using the formula a = y − bx. (2 points) Step 3: Write the line of best fit, , to model the data. Replace y and x with the variables used in the experiment and on the graph. (2 points) Part IV: What do the slope and the yintercept tell you about the variables in the experiment? (2 points) Part V: Use the line of best fit from Part III, Step 3 to predict how far the spring will stretch with a mass of 67 grams. (1 point) Copyright © 2015 Apex Learning Inc. Use of this material is subject to Apex Learning's Terms of Use . Any unauthorized copying, reuse, or redistribution is prohibited. Apex Learning ® and the Apex Learning Logo are registered trademarks of Apex
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