This is a double sided page designed to provide practice finding linear, quadratic and exponential regressions.
The front provides 9 questions where the student is given a table of values. They are asked to use their graphing calculator to find a regression equation, identify the equation as linear, quadratic or exponential and then give the correlation coefficient if it is linear.
The back provides practice on making predictions using regression equations. On the first 3 questions, the student is given an equation. They are asked to identify it as linear, quadratic or neither and then to estimate a specific value. On questions 4 - 7, the student is given a word problem and a table of values. They find a regression equation (linear, quadratic or exponential) and then answer the question.
16 questions total: 9 on the front and 7 on the back. Key included.
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