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# Group Members: Mod:

Day 1
By the end of today this document should have:
1. Four completed scatterplots of the data shared with you in google sheets.

Scatterplot 1:

Scatterplot 2:

Scatterplot 3:

Scatterplot 4:
Day 2
By the end of today this document should have:
1. Hand written trend lines for each scatterplot (Copy scatterplots from above below and
draw a trend line)
2. Equations of your trend line written out on the side by each plot. Show your work.

Scatterplot 1:

Scatterplot 2:

Scatterplot 3:

Scatterplot 4:
Day 3
By the end today this document should have:
1.) Four scatterplots with computer-generated trendlines, the equation of the trendline on
the plot, and the r2 value.
2.) All questions answered for Day 3. These questions should be answered with at least one
paragraph.
Scatterplot 1:

Scatterplot 2:

Scatterplot 3:

Scatterplot 4:
Question 1: Fill in this table
Scatterplot Equation of handwritten Equation of computer-generated
trendline trendline
January 2017
March 2017
July 2017
December 2017

Question 2: Compare and contrast each handwritten equation versus the computer-
generated equation. State if they are close to each other or very different. (Things to
examine: slopes and y-intercepts)

Question 3: Did anything about the computer generated trendline surprise you? Why or why
not?
Day 4
By the end of today this document should have:
1 . Each of the following questions fully and completely

## Question 4: Complete this table

Scatterplot Correlation By Eye (positive/negative, R2 score
strong weak)
January 2017
March 2017
July 2017
December 2017

Question 5: Did your opinion of the correlation match the r2 score? If not, why do you think
they are different? If so, explain how you came up with the accurate answer?
Day 5
By the end of today this document should have:
1.) Each of the following questions fully and completely

Question 6: Are you surprised by the correlation shown by each graph? Keep in mind to
consider when each month occurs during the year and what is usually going with the
temperatures at that time.

January 2017:

March 2017:

July 2017:

December 2017:

Question 7: Do you believe that correlation is causation in this case? Why or why not?
Question 8: In this case the x variable is the number of days from the beginning of each month.
For example, February 5th is 36 days (31 days in January and 5 days in February) from January
1st. So, if we wanted to make a prediction of what the high temperature would be on February
5th we would substitute in 36 for x. Using this example as a base, determine the temperature on
the following dates: **Show calculations**

February 14th:

April 19th :

September 9th:

November 30th: