FDMAT 108 Trend Lines Project 1 2 3 4 5 Project Goal To learn how trend lines

# Fdmat 108 trend lines project 1 2 3 4 5 project goal

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FDMAT 108 - Trend Lines Project #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Project Goal : To learn how trend lines can be used as a powerful tool in the Quantitative Reasoning Process. Begin this project by selecting a scenario of interest to you. Be sure to select a scenario that will use a scatterplot and trend line as the mathematical tool to make an informed decision. As best you can, list the key variables and assumptions you will be making in order to eventually make your informed decision. You should have exactly two key variables, an input variable and an output variable. Collect data, make a scatterplot, and fit an appropriate trend line to the data in order to make your informed decision. Be sure to state which trendline best fits your data using the box provided in Step 3. Make an informed decision using your scatterplot and trend line you created in Step #3. Write out your decision. Ensure your decision is well supported by your data and trend line. Complete the Quantitative Reasoning Process by writing a short paragraph that evaluates your reasoning on this project. Show your project to at least two other people. Get feedback from them and improve your project accordingly.

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