Forecasts and mse should be to 2 decimals places

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Forecasts and MSE should be to 2 decimals places. Weights/alpha should be to 2 decimal places. Print this sheet with the final set of weights and alpha (numbers version with row/column headings and gridlines). Hide rows 15-30 (highlight these rows and look under Format to hide them) before you print so it fits on one page . b. Create a line chart showing demand and the two forecasts. Use a separate sheet, called “Chart”, for this. Include a legend, title, and label the axes. The legend should be easily understood. Print this sheet (no gridlines or row/column headings). c. On your summary page, answer the question: Which method appears to be better for this data? Provide support for your answer (your explanation must be clear and include all necessary details). 2. Use the “Data2” sheet for this section, which has data on the price and two potentially relevant variables for a sample of laptop computers - speed in megahertz and RAM in megabytes. a. Set up scatter plots (independent variable on the x-axis) on a separate sheet called “Plots” with title and labels (all plots must be on the same sheet). Be sure to include the trend line and r 2 on the plots. Print this sheet (no gridlines or row/column headings). Answer the question: Does either of the variables appear to be related to price? If so, what is the nature of this relationship in each case?
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