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Name: Date: School: Facilitator: 6.04 Scatter Plots and Regression Lines To answer some of the questions below, you will need to use GeoGebra, which is linked on the Task page. 1. The success of a shopping center can be represented as a function of the distance (in miles) from the center of the population and the number of clients (in hundreds of people) who will visit. The data is given below. Number of Customers (in hundreds) Distance (in miles) 8 15 7 19 6 25 4 23 2 34 1 40 (A) Drag the points to create a scatterplot for this data.
(B) Using GeoGebra, determine the regression equation. y = x + (C) To receive 300 customers ( x = 3), what distance from the center of the population should the shopping center be located? Show your work below. The shopping center should be located 30.2 miles from the center of the population to receive 300 customers. Show work here: (D) To receive 500 customers ( x = 5), what distance from the center of the population should the shopping center be located? Show your work below. The shopping center should be located 23.7 miles from the center of the population

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• Fall '19
• Statistics, 4 years, Scatter plot, 10 Years, 23     kilograms, 71.6       kilograms