7th grade math
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typical weights for tiger clubs
age(weeks) expected body weight(kg)
birth 1.3
1 2.3
2 3.0
3 3.8
4 4.5
5 5.2
6 6.0
7 6.7
8 7.5
9 7.6
10 8.9
11 9.7
using table above describe the pattern relating age and weight. Do you expect this pattern to continue indefinely?
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