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Super Bowl Viewership

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My data Years Number of Viewers (In Billions) Years cont. N.O.V 2000 88.47 2008 97.45 2001 84.34 2009 98.73 2002 86.8 2010 106.48 2003 88.64 2011 111 2004 89.79 2012 111.3 2005 86.07 2013 108.4 2006 90.75 2007 93.18

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My work by hand ~Equation Y2-Y1 / X2-X1 = 107-98 / 2012-2008 = 9/4 Y-98 = 9/4 (x-2008) Y-98 = 9/4x -4518 +98 +98 Y = 9/4x -4420 Y = 2.25x -4420

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My work on excel My R2 value is 0.8761 which is a fairly good number. It will not be 100% accurate but it will give me a pretty good idea on where it might go.

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prediction My equation Y = 2.25x -4420 Excel Equation 2.1414x –4201 both these equation are similar showing me that in the year 0, I would have about -4300 viewers… -_- -this equation is not accurate in any way, both equation are correct but what their telling me is completely inaccurate!

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Things wrong with this prediction -In the year “0” there was no T.V.’s much less no Super bowl! -assuming that there were T.V.’s and a super bowl in the Year 0, the equation still states that it would have a Negative amount of viewers. If I wanted an accurate domain, then I would have to start in the year 1967 when the first super bowl aired.

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My Works Cites http://www.statista.com/statistics/216526/super-bowl-us-tv- viewership/

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