# Question (1 point) Use a least squares approximation to find the best linear fit (i.e., the best line), L(t) = C + Dt , that is closest, in the sense of least squares, to passing through the through the following data points: (t1,bı) = (-1,-10), (t2, bz) = (0,–7), (t3, b3) = (1,2), (t4, b4) = (2,7). What are the y-intercept C and the slope D of this line?

Transcribed Image Text: (1 point) Use a least squares approximation to find the best linear fit (i.e., the best line), L(t) = C + Dt , that is closest, in the sense of least squares, to passing through the through the following data points: (t1,bı) = (-1,-10), (t2, bz) = (0,–7), (t3, b3) = (1,2), (t4, b4) = (2,7). What are the y-intercept C and the slope D of this line?
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Transcribed Image Text: (1 point) Use a least squares approximation to find the best linear fit (i.e., the best line), L(t) = C + Dt , that is closest, in the sense of least squares, to passing through the through the following data points: (t1,bı) = (-1,-10), (t2, bz) = (0,–7), (t3, b3) = (1,2), (t4, b4) = (2,7). What are the y-intercept C and the slope D of this line?