 # I need a good introduction and a good conclusion for this project? plz help? Anonymous

# I need a good introduction and a good conclusion for this project? plz help?

On the table below it shows a data table that consists of the data token from the experiment. Data which includes the number of rubbers bands and the amount in inches is displayed. The number of the rubber bands used in this project would be labeled as the independent variable. And the length in inches of how far the egg dropped will be the dependent variable. The linear regression model we got is Y= 5.4532x+3.4567 but we just rounded it to Y= 5.46x+3.46. On the scatter plot graph below it shows the linear model of the bungee jump.
As a group we came up with the y-intercept Y= 3.43x+2.43. The y-intercept is the equation to the line of the model. And the slope is easily presented as 3.43 which is the rate of change between the inches and number of bands used. On our first jump height we received six feet and eleven inches to work with. Since there is twelve inches in a foot we times twelve and six and then added the eleven inches to it. We got eighty-three. Then we plugged in that answer into the linear equation for the y. We received the answer 23.489 so we would have to use 23 rubber bands for the first jump. During the test we received 10 points meaning that the jump was within 1 inch from the ground. For the second test jump we received seven feet and one inches to do our finally jump. So we times 12 and 7 together and added 1 to get a total of 85. We plugged the 85 in the linear equation for the y getting the amount 24.07. This time we will use 24 rubber bands to do the drop. And with that we received 10 points for letting the egg within 1 inch of the ground. During both test jumps our egg didn’t make a single crack. This question has not been answered.

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