ContentBlackboard Learn+AddThis Social Bookn anMail Taylor, Makayla sG what are list publicatinatOOhttps://elearning.kctcs.edu/ultra/courses/493523760 1/cl/outline90%The following table shows the length, in meters, of the winning long jump in the Olympic Games for the indicated year. (One meter is 39.37 inches.)Year1900190419081912Length7.197.347.487.60(a) Find the equation of the regression line that gives the length as a function of time. (Lett be the number of years since 1900 and L the length of the wining long jump, in meters.Round the regression line parameters to three decimal places.)L(t) -x(b) Explain in practical terms the meaning of the slope of the regression line.In practical terms the meaning of the slope, 14meter per year, of the regression line is that each year the length of the winning long jump increased by anxaverage of 14meter, or about 14X inches.(c) Plot the data points and the regression line.LL7.77.77.67.67.57.57.47.47.37.37.2727.1 F812412ee here to search7:02 PM10/10/2019IIX

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The following table shows the length, in meters, of the winning long jump in the Olympic Games for the indicated year. (One meter is 39.37 inches.)
Year
1900
1904
1908
1912
Length
7.19
7.34
7.48
7.60
(a) Find the equation of the regression line that gives the length as a function of time. (Lett be the number of years since 1900 and L the length of the wining long jump, in meters.
Round the regression line parameters to three decimal places.)
L(t) -
x
(b) Explain in practical terms the meaning of the slope of the regression line.
In practical terms the meaning of the slope, 14
meter per year, of the regression line is that each year the length of the winning long jump increased by an
x
average of 14
meter, or about 14
X inches.
(c) Plot the data points and the regression line.
L
L
7.7
7.7
7.6
7.6
7.5
7.5
7.4
7.4
7.3
7.3
7.2
72
7.1 F
8
12
4
12
e
e here to search
7:02 PM
10/10/2019
II
X
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Content Blackboard Learn +AddThis Social Bookn an Mail Taylor, Makayla s G what are list publicatinat OOhttps://elearning.kctcs.edu/ultra/courses/493523760 1/cl/outline 90% The following table shows the length, in meters, of the winning long jump in the Olympic Games for the indicated year. (One meter is 39.37 inches.) Year 1900 1904 1908 1912 Length 7.19 7.34 7.48 7.60 (a) Find the equation of the regression line that gives the length as a function of time. (Lett be the number of years since 1900 and L the length of the wining long jump, in meters. Round the regression line parameters to three decimal places.) L(t) - x (b) Explain in practical terms the meaning of the slope of the regression line. In practical terms the meaning of the slope, 14 meter per year, of the regression line is that each year the length of the winning long jump increased by an x average of 14 meter, or about 14 X inches. (c) Plot the data points and the regression line. L L 7.7 7.7 7.6 7.6 7.5 7.5 7.4 7.4 7.3 7.3 7.2 72 7.1 F 8 12 4 12 e e here to search 7:02 PM 10/10/2019 II X

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