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A survey was taken in various Statistics classes and the following regression equation was obtained regarding the height and weight of students in the Statistics classes.

Regression equation
Height = 56.8 + 0.0712 Weight

Given the regression equation above, what is the correct interpretation of the slope?
My answer is 56.87 ????? wrong ???

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  1. Regression equation:

    predicted y = a + bx

    ...where a represents the y-intercept and b the slope.

    In your equation, b (slope) = 0.0712

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