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BR MPM1DA UNIT 6
Transcript of BR MPM1DA UNIT 6
By: Fahad and Rehan
Lines of best fit
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
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.
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