﻿ According to its packaging, a certain piece of chocolate weighs 2.5 times 10 to the power of -2 kilograms. how much would a pile of
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# According to its packaging, a certain piece of chocolate weighs 2.5 times 10 to the power of -2 kilograms. how much would a pile of 12 pieces of this chocolate weigh, to the nearest tenth of a kilogram?

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Mathematics, 21.06.2019 15:00, Shavaila18
The data shown in the table below represents the weight, in pounds, of a little girl, recorded each year on her birthday. age (in years) weight (in pounds) 2 32 6 47 7 51 4 40 5 43 3 38 8 60 1 23 part a: create a scatter plot to represent the data shown above. sketch the line of best fit. label at least three specific points on the graph that the line passes through. also include the correct labels on the x-axis and y-axis. part b: algebraically write the equation of the best fit line in slope-intercept form. include all of your calculations in your final answer. part c: use the equation for the line of best fit to approximate the weight of the little girl at an age of 14 years old.