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Unformatted text preview: Note that in the last data set, the ROC is not exactly constant. However, it is nearly constant. Moreover, if we graph the data (you should do this accurately), the data behaves like linear data. Consequently, we still use a linear function to model the data. However, what will use for the slope? (Hint: if I want one number to represent a group of numbers, how can I do this? Think about your grade!) Determine when the population of city #1 will be equal to the population of city #2 and verify your solution graphically....
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2010 for the course BUSINESS M MATH101 taught by Professor Dr.markburtch during the Spring '10 term at American Dubai.
- Spring '10