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I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
How can you use an equation to make a prediction from a pattern?
anonymous
  • anonymous
You would find the equation that models the data. Like a trend line.
I_love_my_nieces
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Is that it?

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I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
anonymous
  • anonymous
the line that models the data can be used to make predictions by extrapolating from the line.
anonymous
  • anonymous
and interpolating, I guess. That's it.
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
Can you put that togethe?r
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
together?*
anonymous
  • anonymous
The equation of the line that models the data can be used to predict data by extrapolating and interpolating from the graph.
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
And are you sure??
anonymous
  • anonymous
uh...do I need to be more specific?
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
If you want. I was just asking if you are sure.
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm quite sure. You can add to that: For example, if the model line is a function, one can plug in the x into the equation of the line to find y and that will be the prediction.
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
So just put:The equation of the line that models the data can be used to predict data by extrapolating and interpolating from the graph. For example, if the model line is a function, one can plug in the x into the equation of the line to find y and that will be the prediction.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes
I_love_my_nieces
  • I_love_my_nieces
ok thxs
anonymous
  • anonymous
you're welcome

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