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(Solved) (Latest ver. Aug 2020) - Linear Model for Computing an Individual's Ideal Weight

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One linear model for computing an individual's "ideal" weight uses the following equations:
Ideal weight for man of height h inches: woman = 160 + 6 × (h - 65)
Ideal weight for woman of height h inches: woman = 100 + 5 × (h - 60).
Use Excel to sketch the graph of each of these equations on the same set of axes with h on the horizontal axis and "ideal" weight on the vertical axis. By observing your graph, describe how the two equations differ. (Do not graph)
How do the "ideal" weights compare for a man and a woman who are both 5 feet 7 inches tall?
What is a reasonable interval of values of h for which these equations make sense?
How do you think these models were obtained?

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