Stats teachers rejoice: Regression is here! (When does the “Eli for President” campaign begin?)
Goal: Use two expression lines (manually-entered data in a table, plus regression) to graph the points and line shown below.
Goal: Use two expression lines (copy/pasted temperature data in a table, plus regression) to graph the points and sinusoid shown below.
Hint: For larger data sets, just copy and paste your data. Don’t add the table; Desmos will do it for you as soon as you hit “paste.”
Note: You can grab temperature data for Fresno, CA from the first tab of this spreadsheet.
Goal: Use six expression lines to create the graph shown below. Here’s what you need:
- An image—which you can download by clicking here
- A table of manually-entered values fit to the smoke trail
- An ordered pair marking the landing ramp
- A quadratic regression
- A function defined based on the parameters generated by the quadratic regression
- A slider to animate the path of the cartoon stunt car
Use what you’ve learned about regression to create your own amazing graph. Share it here.
(Need some help with how to share a graph? Check out 11 Challenges: Saving and Sharing (#9).)