Mine and viola's project u said that we could do two graphs so does that mean we have 2 equations and 2 introplaote and extrapolate
Yes, you will have two regression equations. One for each set of data. However, you only need to interpolate and extrapolate for one of the data sets. You should also make sure to comment on which graph/equation/independent variable had a stronger relationship with your dependent variable. That's why you are doing two, to see which is a better predictor.
So are we will be presenting this to the class on the 23?
Yes, your presentations will be on the 23rd.
This video made me a lot more excited for the project! Thanks!
Question: Could we do some sort of video (iMovie) that includes all of the tables from powerpoint?
You can present any way you like. An iMovie sounds cool, I've never seen that. Is it a Mac file? You might want to test that it can be played on the school computer. Or maybe post it to youtube or similar website that can play it in class.
Hey just watched the video I know it's kinda late but I watched it.
For me and Karlis project we were thinking about doing three different graphs a line graph a bar graph and a chart can we do that or does it have to be just one type of graph
A scatter plot should be the best model for this project so just stick with that.
Are we supposed to use a power point? Also, are we working on this in class?
You can do a PowerPoint if you want, but you can also do a poster or something like that. Also, we're not working on the project itself in class anymore.
That's right Viola, it can be presented in any manner you choose.
I am going to bring the laptops in Wednesday to give you some class time to work with your partners.
Me and Julianna had to change our project from does the size of the bat effect the distance the ball will travel to does the material of the bat effect the distance the ball will travel
The project should include two QUANTITIES that you suspect to be related. That way you can make a prediction outside your data set. So look for an independent variable that can be counted. Maybe weight?
makes me a lot me comfortable about the project.
thank you so much this helped me under stand the project alot more><
this makes me even more excited to finish up the project and present it
We understand it alittle more now :)
This makes the project way easier! Thanks!
For the project, does the equation have to be y=ax+b? The website Tapasya recommended had y=a+bx. Also, does "describe correlation" mean positive/negative association, etc?
Sorry for bothering you...
It does not matter what order you write the slope and intercept as long as they are the correct numbers. Yes, describe correlation means to use the vocabulary we learned and tell what it means.
forgot to comment but over all it helped me and georgia with our project
I didn't have any access to internet for a few days so now I'm commenting on all the videos I missed. I hope this brings my grades uo.