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# Scatter Plots and Linear Correlation

## Plot points and estimate the line that best represents them

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## Plotting a Scatterplot and Finding the Equation of Best Fit

This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
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## Plotting a Scatterplot and Finding the Equation of Best Fit

by Emily Boyce //at grade
This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
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## Scatter Plots and Trend Lines: Correlation and Finding Line of Best Fit

by SFDR Algebra I //at grade
This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
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## Plotting a Scatterplot and Finding the Equation of Best Fit

by Susan Sudberry //at grade
This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
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## Plotting a Scatterplot and Finding the Equation of Best Fit MGSE9-12.S.ID.7, 8

by Helen Pennebaker //at grade
This lesson covers plotting a scatterplot and finding a linear equation that best fits the data.
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