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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. (5 points)
PLZ HELP I'm really lost with the whole concept :(

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- anonymous

I think we are woking on the same thing

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represents a positive association because it goes upward from left to right

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I'm really lost on how to get the slope of the line of best fit

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I have to do part B and it gets harder their

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I'm on part b too xD

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then I got one more essay to do which is question 4

- anonymous

I'm only on 2 part b, did u get an answer to this one?

- anonymous

oh number 2?

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/yep

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I did that one but hnestly i just guessed and tried my best

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whats your question to it

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I mean graph

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its in the link up top

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oh that 1

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ok ima go back to what i did

- anonymous

ty sm

- anonymous

thank you so much this really helped me out a lot

- anonymous

Yeah I know how you felt at first im suffereing it too lol

- anonymous

its good to know someone doing the same thing i am doing

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totally, i might have to put some more on here lol

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I'm on 3 part a

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http://learn.flvs.net/webdav/assessment_images/educator_mjprealgebra_v16/mjprealgebra_test2_m6_g3_p.jpg
this is mine

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same thing different title

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yeah i seen that

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where are you working at?>

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Im in a library

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I'm home

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oh a swore a girl over their could of been you

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for the y intercept did u get 1? and lol

- anonymous

ok thank u!

- anonymous

im lost on part b as well, and u can delete them

- anonymous

I'm having a hard time with the equations

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what is the question

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part b

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hang on one sec

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Write the equation for the line of best fit in slope-intercept form and use it to predict the number of games that could be won after 13 months of practice. (5 points)

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Im guessing its 23 or 24

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thank u sm, just give me one sec then u can delete

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ok

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ok u can delete

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help you out helped me out xDD

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Im reading the last question

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A group of students were surveyed to find out if they like bike riding and/or roller skating as a hobby. The results of the survey are shown below:
80 students like bike riding
20 students like bike riding but do not like skating
90 students like skating
40 students do not like bike riding
Make a two-way table to represent the data and use the table to answer the following questions.

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i know exactly what u mean XD

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thats my same question

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Part A: What percentage of the total students surveyed like both watching television and reading? Show your work. (5 points)
Part B: What is the probability that a student who does not like watching television also does not like reading? (5 points)

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same numbers just diff things

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Put in: I belive it could be 10 perecent of the total students serveyed like both bike riding and skating. 90 subtracted by 40 equals 50 and 80 subtracted by 20 equals 50. With both of those sums i do 60 subtracted by 50 and get 10 for the answer of 10 percent.

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Part A

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ok one sec

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I had to do double brain storming for this one xDD

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XDD

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i have a C in pre-algebra ;-;

- anonymous

just in case you got a better score. gotta let you know

- anonymous

i have a C too lol

- anonymous

this stuff is hard, i usually turn to google XD

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Part B: What is the probability that a student who does not like watching television also does not like reading? (5 points)
btw, who's your pre alg teacher?

- anonymous

I think its mrs booth or boor I have to check

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oh i have meurer

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do u get part b?

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Put in: I think the probabilty of students that dont like to do bike riding and also dont like to do skating is 20 students because 20 students like bike riding but dont like skating and 40 dont like bike riding at all and I do 40 - 20 for my answer.

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THANK U SM :D

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Mines is like this but its hard to change around the answer mines is like: The probabilty that a student does not like bike riding and also does not like skating is 20 students because 20 students like bike riding but do not like skating and 40 does not like bike riding at all and it leaves me to do 40 - 20 to get my answer.

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I tried my best to change around the answer a bit

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reading these are really helping me understand a lot better, ty, oh and u can delete them

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the only thing i don't like is that the essays don't grade automatically

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