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# 2118 whichisntclosetom075

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Unformatted text preview: d Length: y = .0712x + 2.5122 r = .45155 3. Explain using r! Arm span is the strongest since r is the closest to 1. Hand length is the weakest since r is the closest to 0. Statistics ­ 2.15.13.notebook February 21, 2013 4. Explain using slope! Hand length is the only relationship that appears to hold fairly strongly. Hand Length: m = .0712 close to m = .11 However, arm span does not hold strongly since m = .5881 which isn't close to m = 1. Kneeling height also does not hold strongly since m = 1.2118 which isn't close to m = 0.75. 5. Hand Length Sample Answer: Hand length increases by 0.0712" per 1" increase in standing height. Statistics ­...
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## This note was uploaded on 06/29/2013 for the course MATH Statistics taught by Professor Michelledemery during the Spring '13 term at Haddon Heights Jr Sr Hs.

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