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Additional Cost per Mile - Intro to Inferential Statistics

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    Let's pretend you're traveling 100 miles, this will cost $180.13. If you
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    want to travel 101 miles, this will cost you $180.33. The difference here is 20
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    cents and notice that's the slope. Remember when we said earlier that the slope
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    is the change in y, after we change x by one unit. In this case the units are
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    miles. So with every additional mile traveled, you would expect to pay 20 more
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    cents.
Title:
Additional Cost per Mile - Intro to Inferential Statistics
Description:

16-25 Additional Cost per Mile

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Team:
Udacity
Project:
UD201 - Intro to Inferential Statistics
Duration:
0:35

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