# 2624 Scatter Plots Transformation Equations

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Equations for transformations take the form y = a + bx - EXCEPT, you have to include the transformation to the x or y variable in your equation. If you used a log x transformation, it would become y = a + b * log(x)

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### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
C. An x squared transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is a generic equation because it does not specify the problem it is related to. Additionally, it can also be considered an x squared transformation equation because it involves squaring the variable x.

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• 2.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
E. A log x transformation equation
Explanation
The equation above is a generic equation because it does not specify any particular problem or variable. Additionally, it is a log x transformation equation because it involves the logarithm of the variable x.

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• 3.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
D. A reciprocal x transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is a generic equation because it does not specify any specific problem or context. Additionally, it is a reciprocal x transformation equation because it involves the reciprocal of the variable x.

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• 4.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
G. A log y transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is not specific to a particular problem, making it a generic equation. Additionally, the equation involves a logarithmic transformation of the y variable, indicating that it is a log y transformation equation.

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• 5.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
F. A y squared transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is a generic equation because it does not specify any specific problem or variable. Additionally, it is a y squared transformation equation because it involves squaring the variable y.

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• 6.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
H. A reciprocal y transformation equation
Explanation
The equation above is a generic equation because it does not specify any particular problem or context. Additionally, it is a reciprocal y transformation equation because it involves taking the reciprocal of the y variable.

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• 7.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

B. A generic equation
I. Not a transformation equation at all
Explanation
The given options suggest different types of transformation equations, such as x squared, reciprocal x, log x, y squared, log y, and reciprocal y transformation equations. However, the correct answer states that the equation is not a transformation equation at all. This means that the equation does not represent any specific type of transformation, but rather is a generic equation that does not involve any transformation.

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• 8.

### age = a + b*height2 The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
C. An x squared transformation equation
Explanation
The equation age = a + b*height^2 is specific to a problem because it relates age to height using a quadratic transformation, where the height is squared. This equation is not a generic equation that can be applied universally, but rather it is tailored to a specific problem that involves studying the relationship between age and height.

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• 9.

### exam result = a + b*hours study2 The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
C. An x squared transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is specific to a problem because it involves the variables "exam result" and "hours study" which are specific to a particular situation or scenario. Additionally, the equation includes the term "hours study^2" which indicates that it is a transformation equation with the variable "hours study" being squared. Therefore, the equation can be classified as a specific problem equation with an x squared transformation.

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• 10.

### literacy percentage = a + b*gdp rate 2 The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
C. An x squared transformation equation
• 11.

### age = a + b* log(height) The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
E. A log x transformation equation
Explanation
The equation provided, age = a + b * log(height), is specific to a problem because it relates age to height using a logarithmic transformation. The use of the logarithmic transformation suggests that the relationship between age and height is not linear, but rather follows a logarithmic pattern. This equation is not a generic equation as it is tailored to a specific problem and the specific relationship between age and height.

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• 12.

### literacy rate = a + b* log(GDP) The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
E. A log x transformation equation
Explanation
The equation given is a log x transformation equation. This can be determined by the presence of the logarithm function (log) applied to the variable GDP. The equation is specific to a problem as it relates the literacy rate to the GDP with the help of a logarithmic transformation.

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• 13.

### exam mark = a + b* log(study time) The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
E. A log x transformation equation
Explanation
The equation provided is specific to a problem because it includes variables such as "exam mark," "study time," and coefficients "a" and "b." It is not a generic equation that can be applied universally. Additionally, the presence of the logarithm function (log) indicates that it is a log x transformation equation, as it involves taking the logarithm of the study time variable.

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• 14.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
D. A reciprocal x transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is specific to a problem because it is not a generic equation that can be applied universally. It is also a reciprocal x transformation equation because it involves the reciprocal of the variable x.

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• 15.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
D. A reciprocal x transformation equation
Explanation
The equation above is a reciprocal x transformation equation. This can be determined by analyzing the form of the equation and its relationship to the variables involved. A reciprocal x transformation equation typically involves taking the reciprocal (or inverse) of the x variable. In this case, the equation appears to be specific to a problem and involves a reciprocal x transformation, suggesting that it is a reciprocal x transformation equation.

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• 16.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
D. A reciprocal x transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation is specific to a problem because it represents a reciprocal x transformation. This means that the equation involves taking the reciprocal of the x variable, which is a specific transformation applied to the problem at hand. It is not a generic equation that can be applied universally.

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• 17.

### age2 = a + b*height The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
F. A y squared transformation equation
Explanation
The equation age2 = a + b*height is specific to a problem because it represents a relationship between the variable "age2" and the variable "height" in a specific context or scenario. Additionally, it is a y squared transformation equation because the variable "age2" is squared, indicating a nonlinear relationship between "age2" and "height".

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• 18.

### exam mark2 = a + b*time studied The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
F. A y squared transformation equation
Explanation
The equation given, exam mark2 = a + b*time studied, is specific to a problem because it represents the relationship between the exam mark and the time studied for a specific scenario or situation. Additionally, it is a y squared transformation equation because the exam mark is squared in the equation.

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• 19.

### weight2 = a + b*Hours watching TV The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
F. A y squared transformation equation
Explanation
The equation weight2 = a + b*Hours watching TV is specific to a problem because it represents a specific relationship between the variable weight2 and the variable Hours watching TV. Additionally, it is a y squared transformation equation because the variable weight2 is squared.

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• 20.

### literacy rate2 = a + b*National GDP The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
F. A y squared transformation equation
Explanation
The equation is specific to a problem because it relates the literacy rate to the National GDP using a specific formula. It is not a generic equation that can be applied universally. Additionally, the equation does not involve any transformations such as x squared, reciprocal x, log x, or reciprocal y. The equation does not involve any transformation equations at all. However, it can be considered a y squared transformation equation because the literacy rate is being squared in the equation.

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• 21.

### log(literacy rate) = a + b*National GDP The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
G. A log y transformation equation
Explanation
The equation log(literacy rate) = a + b*National GDP is specific to a problem because it represents a specific relationship between the literacy rate and the National GDP. Additionally, it is a log y transformation equation as it involves taking the logarithm of the literacy rate.

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• 22.

### log(exam grade) = a + b*hours studied The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
G. A log y transformation equation
Explanation
The equation log(exam grade) = a + b*hours studied is specific to a problem because it represents a specific relationship between the logarithm of the exam grade and the hours studied. It is a log y transformation equation because it involves taking the logarithm of the dependent variable (exam grade).

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• 23.

### log(weight) = a + b*hours watching TV The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all

A. Specific to a problem
G. A log y transformation equation
Explanation
The given equation, log(weight) = a + b*hours watching TV, is specific to a problem because it represents a relationship between the logarithm of weight and the number of hours watching TV. It is a log y transformation equation because it involves taking the logarithm of the dependent variable (weight). This equation is not a generic equation as it is tailored to a particular problem and does not represent a general relationship between variables.

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• 24.

### The equation above is :

• A.

Specific to a problem

• B.

A generic equation

• C.

An x squared transformation equation

• D.

A reciprocal x transformation equation

• E.

A log x transformation equation

• F.

A y squared transformation equation

• G.

A log y transformation equation

• H.

A reciprocal y transformation equation

• I.

Not a transformation equation at all