Find the linear regression line for a scatterplot formed by the points (10, 261), (21, 252), (42, 209), (33, 163), and (52, 98).

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Find the linear regression line for a scatterplot formed by the points (10, 261), (21, 252), (42, 209), (33, 163), and (52, 98). Round to the nearest tenth.
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