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Based on data from 34 adults who exercise regularly, the line of best fit for the relationship between
bicep girth (the length in centimeters around the upper arm) and the person's weight is:
predicted weight = 2.6 bicep girth – 10.5
%3D
where predicted weight is measured in kilograms and bicep girth is measured in centimeters.
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Based on data from 34 adults who exercise regularly, the line of best fit for the relationship between bicep girth (the length in centimeters around the upper arm) and the person's weight is: predicted weight = 2.6 bicep girth – 10.5 %3D where predicted weight is measured in kilograms and bicep girth is measured in centimeters.