(Requires technology.) The accompanying table shows the calories per minute burned by a 154- pound person moving at speeds from 2.5 to 12 miles/hour (mph). (Note: A fast walk is about 5 mph; faster than that is considered jogging or slow running.) Marathons, about 26 miles long, are now run in slightly over 2 hours, so the top distance runners are approaching a speed of 13 mph. a. Plot the data. b. Does it look as if the relationship between speed and calories per minute is linear? If so, generate a linear model. Identify the variables and a reasonable domain for the model, and interpret the slope and vertical intercept. How well does your line fit the data? c. Describe in your own words what the model tells you about the relationship between speed and calories per minute.

Art History 4/4/2016 Chapter 15 th th Chi Rho Iota Page from the Book of Kells: Late 8 or early 9 century Pg. 428 (Figure 151) Painted and drawn on animal skin. This book features the 4 gospels that show the ornamental celebration of Christ’s first appearance in the books. Swirling patterns and interlaced forms for decoration. The interlacing is normally animals or plants. And this is probably a copy of the small metal work of that day’s art. These were made as a Codex not scrolls, they were bifold sheets sewn together and gathered into a book. This was a large undertaking too. There were 4 people writ