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A hot dog vendor at the zoo recorded the average temperature and the average number of hot dogs she sold.

The equation for the line of best fit for this situation is shown below.

Based on the line of best fit, complete the following statements.

The expected number of hot dogs sold when the temperature is 50° would be hot dogs.

If the vendor sold 35 hot dogs, the temperature is expected to be °.

Based on the line of best fit, for every 10 degree increase in temperature, she should sell more hot dogs.

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No line of best fit. You cannot copy and paste here.

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5 5 5

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45

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