 # Table shows the number of cellular phone subscribers in the United States and their average monthly bill in the years from 2000 to 2010. usagirl007A 2021-08-16 Answered

Table shows the number of cellular phone subscribers in the United States and their average monthly bill in the years from 2000 to 2010.
$$\begin{matrix} \text{Year} & \text{Subscribers} & \text{Average Local}\\ \text{ } & \text{(millions)} & \text{Monthly Bill ()}\\ \text{2000} & \text{109.5} & \text{45.27}\\ \text{2001} & \text{128.4} & \text{47.37}\\ \text{2002} & \text{140.8} & \text{48.40}\\ \text{2003} & \text{158.7} & \text{49.91}\\ \text{2004} & \text{182.1} & \text{50.64}\\ \text{2005} & \text{207.9} & \text{49.98}\\ \text{2006} & \text{233.0} & \text{50.56}\\ \text{2007} & \text{255.4} & \text{49.79}\\ \text{2008} & \text{262.7} & \text{50.07}\\ \text{2009} & \text{276.6} & \text{48.16}\\ \text{2010} & \text{300.5} & \text{47.21}\\ \end{matrix}$$
In 1995 There were 33.8 million subscribers with an average local monthly bill of \$51.00. Add these points to the scatter plots. Do the 1995 points match well with the trends in the rest of the data?

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This point matches well with the rest of the data because it stays constant with the other numbers. This point is not far off from the others, making it fit well.