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TV News Ratings 2-18
Dependent Variable Given Ratio Independent Variable
Dependent Variable New Ratio Independent Variable
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Graph Total number of people who watch the news at 6:00 The number of people who watch the Channel 11 News at 6:00 People T2/5*T , ,00040, ,00060, ,000120,000 Labels Units Expression
T0500,00025,000 N=2/5T0150,00010,000 Variable QuantityLower BoundUpper BoundInterval Total # of people who watch the news at 6:00 (T) # who watch the Channel 11 News at 6:00 (N) Table #7 #9
TV News Ratings Total # of people who watch the news at 6:00 (T) # of people who watch the Channel 11 News at 6:00 (N) Graph
TV News Ratings Graph Verbal Model
TV News Ratings Graph Verbal Model # who watch the Channel 11 News at 6:00 (N) depends on Total # of people who watch the news at 6:00 (T)
TV News Ratings Graph Verbal Model # who watch the Channel 11 News at 6:00 (N) depends on Total # of people who watch the news at 6:00 (T) Dependent Independent
TV News Ratings
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