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Danila breeds peregrine falcons. She recorded the breadth (in mm) of each egg and the mass (in g) of the falcon
chick that hatched from it.
After plotting her results, Danila noticed that the relationship between the two variables was fairly linear, so she
used the data to calculate the following least squares regression equation for predicting the mass of the chick
from the breadth of the egg:
on equation for predicting th
y = -47 + 2x
What is the residual of a 29 g falcon chick who hatches from an egg with a breadth of 40 mm 2
answer: the answer is 100 x 12,500, which is 1,250,000.
step-by-step explanation: emily solved for a part when she should have solved for the whole.
875,000 should be the numerator of the equivalent ratio.
70 x 12,500 is 875,000.
the given growth function for the length of the fish (cm) is
f(m) = 5(1.07)m = 5.35m
m = months
at the end of the study, the length is 9.19 cm. the time for conducting the study is determined as
5.35m = 9.19
m = 1.7178 months
the study was performed over a time period of about 1.72 months. therefore the domain for plotting the function is 0 < = m < = 1.72.
if growth continues at this rate for up to m months, then the domain would be 0< =m< =m.
the growth function is a linear function.
when m=0, f=0.
therefore the initial growth is zero, which represents the y-intercept.
assume that the growth function is valid for 0< =m< =9.
the average rate of change of the function is the slope of the linear function, which is 5.35 cm/month.
Danila breeds peregrine falcons. She recorded the breadth (in...