Health Maiiiteiiaiice Organizations The bar graph shows hardness H of 0. i.'i carbon steel when hardened and tempered the number of people N (in millions) receiving care in HMOs at temperature / (degrees Fahrenheit). (Source: Standunl for the years 1940 through 1998. (Source: buerstudy Huudhook for Mcclhuiical I-Jii:iiiccrs) Puhhciirionsj (a) Let / be the time in years, with / = corresponding to 1990. Use the regression capabilities of a graphing utility to find linear and cubic models for the data. (b) Use a graphing utility to graph the data and the linear and cubic models. (c) Use the graphs in part (h) to determine which is the better model, (d) Use a graphing utility to fmd and graph a quadratic model for the da(a, (e) Interprcl the slope of the linear model in terms of the conte.\t of the data. (f ) Use the linear and cubic models to estimate the number of people recei\ing care m HMOs m (he year 2000.

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