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Average Rounded Values of the BAC Level for People of Different Weights
A linear formula is defined as a mathematical function in which the variables appear only in the first degree, are multiplied by constants, and are combined only by addition and subtraction. A linear formula would be written as y=mx+b. The sets of data I will be determining linear or not are based upon the average rounded values for blood alcohol concentration (BAC) for people of different weights, according to how many drinks they have consumed. In this case the BAC is dependent of the amount of drinks one has guzzled down. (All my work for these problems are on a separate sheet of paper.)
When examining the data for BAC for a 120 pound person, I found the data to be linear. To know this I found the slope (rate of change) to see if is it consistent between all solutions of the formula. …
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