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The following data  (see below) on Diabetes cases in US  since 1992

1.Find the equation of the line and predict the number of cases 40 years from 1992 in 2032  using the data below.

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Does the data  fit a linear function using the r value and the critical value   test Table II ?  70 pts

2. Take the number of cases  in  (2012,.20 years from 1992) and calculate what % of the total US population has diabetes  and then take the estimated value for 2032 ( 40 years from 1992) and calculate what %  is that of the total US population. ( note have to look up US Census and find present US  population and  population projections for 2032  ) Compare  the two percentages . Are  the % the same  or different? - 20 pts

3.Comment on the increasing number of diabetes cases, any reasons and what can be done ?  10 pts

Years since 1992

3

5

8

10

12

15

20

Cases in Millions

8

10

11

14

16

20

27


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