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- Today you need:
- Whiteboard, Marker, Eraser
- Calculator
- 1 page handout

1. Graph the following equation:

1. Graph the following equation:

Linear Regression

Section 2-6

Pages 95-100

- I can use Linear Regression with a calculator to find linear prediction Equations
- I can find the correlation co-efficient “r” for the data

- The correlation co-efficient “r” tells how linear the data is.
- Values of 1 or –1 indicate perfect linear lines, either positive or negative
- Values closer to zero mean the data has no linear relationship
- Small whiteboard number line with r=1 and r=-1

1.0.85

Sample “r Values

-.57.17

- When the data you plot forms a near linear relationship, then we can use a linear equation to approximate the graph.
- We use what’s called a Best-Fit Line. This line is drawn to be as close to the data points as possible, but may not touch them all.

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- The calculator is a great resource to give us a prediction equation.
- It is more accurate than doing the equation Manually
- We will enter the data into the STAT mode of the calculator

Turn Diagnostics On. 2nd catalog,

arrow to Diagnostic on, enter, enter

Linear Regressions on the calculator:

(you should clear the calculator before beginning)

2nd, +, 7, 1, 2

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- Finding the equation of your “Best Fit Line”
- STAT, then EDIT
- Enter X-Values in L1, Y-Values in L2
- STAT, then CALC
- Choose (4) LIN REG

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The table below shows the years of experience for eight technicians at Lewis Techomatic and the hourly rate of pay each technician earns.

- y = 1.234x + 5.574
- Remember:
- x = Experience in Years
- y = Pay rate in dollars
- We can use this to predict other values

- Must modify years starting at “0”
- If you don’t you get a really negative y-intercept value that won’t match the graph
- Example on next slide

If the Independent variable is Years and these are your values

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Then these are the values we will actually enter for L1

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