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Lab Regression and Correlation
MAT 142
Exercise 3: An ice cream shop keeps track of how much ice cream they sell versus the temperature on that day. Here
are their figures for the last 12 days:
Answer the following question based on the given data:
Temp. in C
Ice cream sales in S
1.
Write Regression equation in Row 16 of Column A, and then
write the equation the regression line in Row 16 of Column C.
14.2
215
16.4
325
11.9
185
15.2
332
12.
Write Correlation coefficient = in Row 17 of Column A, and then
write the correlation coefficient in Row 17 of Column C.
18.5
406
22.1
522
19.4
412
3.
Write Prediction for 24°C = in Row 18 of Column A, and then write
25.1
614
your prediction for Ice cream sales using the
18 of Column C.
regression equation in Row
23.4
544
18.1
421
445
22.6
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AaBbC AABBCCC AaBbC cDd Find AaB AaBbCcD BIU ab x, x A A - T Normal Replace T No Spa.. Painter Heading 1 Heading 2 Title Subtitle A Select - Font Paragraph Styles Editing 3. 5. Lab Regression and Correlation MAT 142 Exercise 3: An ice cream shop keeps track of how much ice cream they sell versus the temperature on that day. Here are their figures for the last 12 days: Answer the following question based on the given data: Temp. in C Ice cream sales in S 1. Write Regression equation in Row 16 of Column A, and then write the equation the regression line in Row 16 of Column C. 14.2 215 16.4 325 11.9 185 15.2 332 12. Write Correlation coefficient = in Row 17 of Column A, and then write the correlation coefficient in Row 17 of Column C. 18.5 406 22.1 522 19.4 412 3. Write Prediction for 24°C = in Row 18 of Column A, and then write 25.1 614 your prediction for Ice cream sales using the 18 of Column C. regression equation in Row 23.4 544 18.1 421 445 22.6 408 17.2 Savevourerelfileusinothefnllnuinoform at O Focus ords e here to search

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