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(LR-1) For this project, I will be analyzing the correlation of cricket chirps and temperature. In this study, data was collected by measuring the number of cricket chirps per second for the ground stripe cricket. The temperature, in Fahrenheit, was also monitored and recorded. The data is shown below: Chirps/second Temperature F) 20.00 88.60 16.00 71.60 19.80 93.30 18.40 84.30 17.10 80.60 15.50 75.20 14.70 69.70 17.10 82.00 15.40 69.40 16.20 83.30 15.00 79.60 17.20 82.60 16.00 80.60 17.00 83.50 14.40 76.30 Reference : The Song of Insects by Dr.G.W. Pierce, Harvard College Press (LR-2) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 Cricket Chirp Frequency (chirps sec-1) Temperature (ºF)
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(LR-3) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 65 70 75 80 85 90 95 f(x) = 3.29x + 25.23 R² = 0.7 Cricket Chirp Frequency (chirps sec-1) Temperature (ºF) Line of best fit: y = 3.2911x + 25.232 where x = chirping frequency (chirps sec -1 ) and y = temperature (ºF). (LR-4) The slope of the line is 3.2911. Since the slope is positive, the temperature is increasing at a rate of 3.2911 ºF per cricket chirp. The time interval at which the temperature is increasing cannot be determined as it is unknown as to when the researchers recorded chirping frequency.
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