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MAT540 y x 0.95 1 4.12 2 8.77 3 15.91 4 Predict the value of y for x = 2.7 and x = 6.1 using a linear equation. Is the resulting equation a "good fit" to the data? Explain.

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MAT540 y x 0.95 1 4.12 2 8.77 3 15.91 4 Predict the value of y for x = 2.7 and x = 6.1 using a linear equation. Is the resulting equation a "good fit" to the data? Explain.

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Solve the following mixed integer Linear Programming model by using the computer (Please see the attached file for the problem I need assistance with)

One week, when the price was lowered by 5%, sales revenue went up 13% relative to the average week at the regular price. Another week, with the price lowered by 10%, sales revenue was up 18%. The week with the lowest price (lowered by 20%) had sales revenue up 29%. --Using standard methods for linear statistical prediction,

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Bivariate Data obtained for the paired variables x and y are shown below. in the table labelled "Sample Data". These data are plotted in the scatter plot ... (Please see the attached file)

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