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Math 215 – Statistical Concepts Name: ______________________ Franklin University WHO EATS FRUITS AND VEGETABLES? The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Behavior Risk Factor Surveillance System (BRFSS) collects data related to health conditions and risk behaviors. In this assignment, a segment of the aggregated data from BRFSS web site will be used to make some bi-variate analysis. The variables on the given data set are defined as follows: State: All US states and its territories EdCollege: The percent of adults in the state who completed college SmokeED: The percent of adults in the state who smoke everyday Female: The percent of female adults in the state Male: The percent of male adults in the state FruitVeg5: Percent of adults in the state who report eating at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables per day. Complete the following tasks and answer the questions in full sentences. 1. Using Excel, make a scatterplot to compare the data in EdCollege (x-axis) and FruitVeg5 (y- axis) columns.Make sure you include the linear regression line on this graph. Then, cut and paste your graph here.

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