Can anyone help me on this topic? I understand it farely well, but I'm not sure how to draw the triangle to find the slope. Can anyone help?

Thanks :)

Lizzie

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- Jan 17th 2006, 10:56 AMLizzie_1119Saxon algebra 2 (experimental data)
Can anyone help me on this topic? I understand it farely well, but I'm not sure how to draw the triangle to find the slope. Can anyone help?

Thanks :)

Lizzie - Jan 17th 2006, 02:24 PMThePerfectHacker
What is the question?

- Jan 25th 2006, 07:51 PMLizzie_1119Quote:

Originally Posted by**ThePerfectHacker**

On the chart you have all the exoerimental data and you have to pick to points on the slanted line to find the slope. I can't seem to find the right answer. I'll get close, but not quite. It said that my answers may vary slightly, but is there a more persisce was of picking points on the line instead of just guessing? :) - Jan 25th 2006, 11:29 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**Lizzie_1119**

You need to either type it in, or scan the page and attach the image to

your post, or insert a link to where we can find the image.

RonL - Jan 26th 2006, 10:39 AMThePerfectHacker
The only thing I can think of what you are asking is this is the "method of least squares". But I need to see the actual problem not what type.