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shelby1290

  • one year ago

Create a scatter plot, and then use it to find the equation that defines the relation shown in the table. *picture included

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  1. shelby1290
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  2. hwyl
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    create any scatter plot, I guess

  3. shelby1290
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    ooopssss i forgot the table of values @hwyl

  4. shelby1290
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    |dw:1442078565463:dw|

  5. shelby1290
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    @hwyl ^^^^^

  6. hwyl
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    oh great now try to put in into a plot

  7. shelby1290
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    @hwyl I already did....

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  8. shelby1290
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    Using the scatter plot, how do i find the equation that defines the relation shown in the table?

  9. Teddyiswatshecallsme
    • one year ago
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    I'm thinking y = 2x + 5

  10. shelby1290
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    @Teddyiswatshecallsme how did you come up with that answer?

  11. hwyl
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    the slope is negative

  12. hwyl
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    the relation in terms of what?

  13. hwyl
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    look at your values in the x and the values in the y. as the value of x increases the value of y decreases

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    |dw:1442086374810:dw|

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