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Chari performed a series of jumps on a trampoline. Her coach measured the height of each jump. The coach’s data was recorded in the table at right. Homework Help ✎

1. Graph the data.

Make a scatterplot of the data.

2. Fully describe the graph.

• Review the Math Notes box in 1.1.2 to help you describe the graph.

1. If you used a function to model this data, it would make sense to limit the maximum and minimum values for jump heights. Why? What are reasonable limits (maximum and minimum) for the jump heights?

Since distances are measured with positive numbers, it makes sense to set $0$ as a reasonable minimum.
The maximum has more room for interpretation, perhaps $15$ feet seems a reasonable maximum.

 Jump Number Height (feet) 1 0.5 2 0.9 3 1.6 4 2.9 5 5.2