question archive The following another set of data that looking at how long it takes to get to work

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The following another set of data that looking at how long it takes to get to work. Let x = commuting distance (miles) and y = commuting time (minutes)x51015202550y1632444563115yhat= 7.8689 +2.1423xThe following data is looking at how long it takes to get to work. Let x = commuting distance (miles) and y = commuting time (minutes)x151617181920y423545424946yhat= 13.667+1.6857xCompare this least-square estimate equation to the previous least-squares estimate equation listed above. In which situation would the least-squares equation be least effective? Justify your answer. Why? Explain which one. (how can you tell?)