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Find regression equation letting first variable be the independent (x) variable. Find the predicted values using the prediction procedure.
Bear Chest sizes and Weights
x Chest (in.) 26, 45, 54, 49, 41, 49, 44, 19
y Weight (lb) 90, 344, 416, 348, 262, 360, 332, 34
Find the best predicted weight of a bear with a chest size of 52 in.

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Find regression equation letting first variable be the independent (x) variable. Find the predicted values using the prediction procedure.
Bear Chest sizes and Weights
x Chest (in.) ...

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The regression equations for first variable independence is provided. The prediction procedures are determined.

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