Prob 12.10

# Prob 12.10 - data Model Ranger 3-Seasons Ranger Spring...

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b8156cf7ddc9d871eeca670dd5861b6bf93db1d8.xls data Model Rating Price Ranger 3-Seasons 12 319 Ranger Spring 24 289 Ranger Winter 3 389 Rondane 3-Seasons 13 239 Rondane Summer 38 149 Rondane Winter 4 289 Senja Ice 5 359 Senja Snow 15 259 Senja Zero 25 229 Super Light 45 129 25 199 Variable definitions: Let x be the temperature rating, in degrees Fahrenheit Lety be the price, in dollars Relationsships: x is the independent variable y is the dependent variable, because the price depends on the rating, such that as the rating decreases (the product is rated to lower temperatures) the price goes up (as a result of higher material costs, etc.)

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Rating, x Price, y x*y x^2 y^2 SUMMARY: 12 319 3828 144 101761 24 289 6936 576 83521 n = 11 3 389 1167 9 151321 13 239 3107 169 57121 x-bar = 19 38 149 5662 1444 22201 4 289 1156 16 83521 y-bar = 259 5 359 1795 25 128881 15 259 3885 225 67081 44041 25 229 5725 625 52441 45 129 5805
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## This note was uploaded on 02/19/2011 for the course OM 210 taught by Professor Singer during the Spring '08 term at George Mason.

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Prob 12.10 - data Model Ranger 3-Seasons Ranger Spring...

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