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#### karush

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- Jan 31, 2012

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The coefficient of determination is 83.0 \%.

Provide an interpretation of this value.

$\begin{array}{rrrr}

x & y \\

12.17 & 1.88 \\

11.70 & 1.82 \\

11.63 & 1.77 \\

12.27 & 1.93 \\

12,03 & 1.83 \\

11.60 & 1.77 \\

12.15 & 1.83 \\

11.72 & 1.83 \\

11.30 & 1.70

\end{array}$

here is my desmos plot and I can see that R^2 is $83.0\%$

but after looking at some examples I don't see how it is derived

However, the interpretation of this is

of the variability in y is explained by the least-squares regression line.

Provide an interpretation of this value.

$\begin{array}{rrrr}

x & y \\

12.17 & 1.88 \\

11.70 & 1.82 \\

11.63 & 1.77 \\

12.27 & 1.93 \\

12,03 & 1.83 \\

11.60 & 1.77 \\

12.15 & 1.83 \\

11.72 & 1.83 \\

11.30 & 1.70

\end{array}$

here is my desmos plot and I can see that R^2 is $83.0\%$

but after looking at some examples I don't see how it is derived

However, the interpretation of this is

of the variability in y is explained by the least-squares regression line.

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