what is implemented in your calculator, but I expect that you are required
to do this yourself. The details can be found here.
The slope in the average growth in the number of pairs per year.2. Interpret the slope of the line you found in Problem 1.
Write it out using the m and b from you calculator, they are correct3. According to your model how many pairs of bald eagles were there in
When I used calculator : y= 6449.4
y = 326.3 2000 - 646150.6 = 6449.4
You need to solve the equation:4. According to your model, when will there be 10,000 pairs of bald eagles?
10000 = 326.3 y - 646150.6
for the year y for this.
The model gives:5. In 1963, there were 417 pairs of bald eagles. How well does the function
in Problem 1 model the data for that year?
326.3 1963 - 646150.6 = -5623.7
for the number of pairs in 1963, which is absurd, and a poor fit with the