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# Homework Help: algebra 2

Posted by erin on Thursday, July 26, 2007 at 10:37am.

This doesn't make ANY sense to me. The table shows the relationship between height and growing times for 8 plants of the same species. Use a scatter plot to determine which data point is an outlier.

(15,6)
(17,14)
(20,18)
(25,24)
this is the table.
Hours practiced:1,3,4,6,7,12
Freethrows made:0,4,6,9,16,18

Ok,I made my scatter plot with hours practiced at the bottom and freethrows made on the side. Did my book make a mistake b/c they're talking about plants and freethrows in the same question.

You are clearly "mixing up" two different problems here.

clearly
(15,6)
(17,14)
(20,18)
(25,24)

is data pertaining to growing times and heights of plants while

Hours practiced:1,3,4,6,7,12
Freethrows made:0,4,6,9,16,18

is data from a different problem.

Look at the problems again carefully, but yes, it is possible that your textbook made an error.

same question. not mixing ANYTHING up

its the question and the table right under it

Without actually seeing the problem, I don't think there is anything we can do about it

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