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Jasmin is concerned about how much energy she uses to heat her home, so she keeps a record of the natural gas her furnace consumes for each month from October to May. Because the months are not equally long, she divides each month's consumption by the number of days in the month. She wants to see if there is a relationship between x = average temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit) and y = average gas consumption (in cubic feet per day) for each month. Here is a scatterplot along with the regression line y ^ = 1425 19.87 x . Suppose that the average temperature in the current month is 10 degrees warmer than the previous month. About how much less gas should Jasmin expect to use this month than the previous month? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. cubic feet per day .

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Jasmin is concerned about how much energy she uses to heat her home, so she keeps a record of the natural gas her furnace consumes for each month from October to May. Because the months are not equally long, she divides each month's consumption by the number of days in the month. She wants to see if there is a relationship between x = average temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit) and y = average gas consumption (in cubic feet per day) for each month. Here is a scatterplot along with the regression line y ^ = 1425 19.87 x . Suppose that the average temperature in the current month is 10 degrees warmer than the previous month. About how much less gas should Jasmin expect to use this month than the previous month? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. cubic feet per day .

- 1. Jasmin is concerned about how much energy she uses to heat her home, so she keeps a record of the natural gas her furnace consumes for each month from October to May. Because the months are not equally long, she divides each month's consumption by the number of days in the month. She wants to see if there is a relationship between x = average temperature (in degrees Fahrenheit) and y = average gas consumption (in cubic feet per day) for each month. Here is a scatterplot along with the regression line y ^ = 1425 19.87 x . Suppose that the average temperature in the current month is 10 degrees warmer than the previous month. About how much less gas should Jasmin expect to use this month than the previous month? Round your answer to the nearest tenth. cubic feet per day