Not all linear or exponential relationships are as perfectly defined as we’ve seen. Sometimes the fit of a line or a curve is a bit more approximate, and finding the equation for these functions is a bit more tricky. Fortunately, your calculator provides you with a helpful tool in doing just this: Regression. The instructions for getting your calculator to do this are in today’s notes. They’re a little tricky (lots of button pushes), but pretty straightforward.
- Homework: HW 9.14 – Linear Regression
- Lesson video – Instructions on entering data into the calculator (follows the notes sheet above!)
- S.9 – Exponential functions over unit intervals
- S.12 – Exponential growth and decay: word problems
- S.13 – Compound interest: word problems
- S.14 – Continuously compounded interest: word problems
- Review modules from Algebra I level