In the file attached below there are many math questions. Can you please just help me with as many as possible? You don't have to do all, just as many as possible! Please!
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@texaschic101 I am so sorry! I feel like I am bothering you so much! But I feel that you are the best person to go to! Can you help me with as many questions as possible? There are A LOT, but I really need help!
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Hi @welshfella. Just as many questions as you can do would be great! :)
i can't remember much about this type of statistics im afraid
Okay its fine... @welshfella Thank you for trying :)
sorry I prefer to pass on Stats, definitely not the expert
I don't object to helping on stats, but
1. I do not open .docx files. Jpeg, pdf are ok for me.
2. I do not give direct answers. I suggest you read up your class notes before reading my answers. You'll be expected to understand the topic as is the intention of the exercises.
Nonetheless, I am quite sure someone else would be glad to help you out.
Did you do the scatterplot? same graph for 1st 2 suggest using years on the x-axis and on the y -axis scale by 1000's
No, I am very confused. @triciaal
after the graph write about it direction, relationship for example could be some form of exponential function change 8, 15,25, 35, 41, 50 thousand per year