Anyone know what this mean or What I'm support to do ? Here the question:
Sheet 2 of the attached spreadsheet is to be completed to display a dependency graph of the given data points. Make sure that your points are linked by segments.
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you mean, example online?
yes i guess
Is this a math question or Excel question? Answer depends on what to expect.
more like a statistic question dealing with excel
So is your answer supposed to be in Excel commands, or a general description?
Your answer could be an pen-and-paper plot, or it must be in Excel?
I interpret it to be the latter case.
need to be in excel but i can do it on paper then excel after
I got go now I guess i will closed this question when i get back
To do the first part that shows a graph of the scattered plot linked by a straight line,
1. mark the two columns of data (include the heading if you wish)
2. choose "[insert]-[scatter (under charts)]-[scatter with straight line and markers]
and you're done.
It will be obvious that a regression line would fit the data quite will, with a coefficient of correlation of 0.998
If you need to find the regression line,
follow instructions of the following link with examples.
The equation is \(approximately\)
y (estimated) = 2000-20x