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# BR MPM1DA UNIT 6

LINES OF BEST FIT AND INTREPRETING DATA
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## ray may

on 14 June 2013

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#### Transcript of BR MPM1DA UNIT 6

6.1-6.2 Interpreting Lines of Best Fit
By: Fahad and Rehan
Lines of best fit
Interpreting Data
Exterpolate
Interpolate
How to make a Line of best fit
and determine the equation.
What is a Line of best fit
How to create a Scatter Plot
Scatter Plot
Step 1: Use a table of values to figure out what are the "x" and "y" coordinates.
Step 2: Draw all the points on the graph.
Step 3: Label the "x" and "y" axis and create a Title.
Positive Correlation: Points that are rising from left to right.
Negative Correlation:Points that are falling from left to right.
No Correlation:Points that do not have a visual pattern.
Strong Correlation:Points in the graph that are close together.
Weak Correlation:Points in the graph that are separated
A Line of best fit is a relationship between two sets of data.
How to determine the correlations of a scatter plot
What is a Scatter Plot
A graph of plotted points that show the relationship between two sets of data.
Outlier is the point that does not follow the pattern.
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING
even if you didn't its okay
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