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1.4 Rectangular Coordinates. Visualizing Data 31 (c) Compute the percentage error in the approximation in part (b). The actual 1984 value is given in the table. one 25. Over the past two decades the Internet has grown very rapidly. Figures A and B provide estimates for the number n of Internet host computers, worldwide, for the years 1 1995-1997 and 1985-1987. Source: Network Wizards <http//www.nw.com> rt 1 30 2 28 30 E 28 ー 26 24 S) 20 18 16 14 E 12 1995 1996 1997 Year t 1985 1986 1987 Year t Figure A Figure B (a) Use Figure A to complete the following table. Round the values of n to the nearest two million. Then use the midpoint formula and the numbers in your table to estimate the global number of Internet host com-

닝 20 20 18 16 16 드 12 10 E 12 a 10 own e two me of 1995 1996 1997 Year t 1985 1986 1987 Year t Figure A Figure B (a) Use Figure A to complete the following table. Round the values of n to the nearest two million. Then use the midpoint formula and the numbers in your table to estimate the global number of Internet host com- puters for the year 1996. 1995 1997 (b) Use Figure B to complete the following table. Round at you r the d the the values of n to the nearest two thousand. Then use the midpoint formula and the numbers in your table to estimate the global number of Internet host com- puters for the year 1986. 1985 1987 on able n in two Compute the percentage errors to determine which estimate, the one for 1986 or the one for 1996, is more accurate. Use the following data from Network Wiz- ards <http//www.nw.com> in computing the percent- age errors: The number of host computers for 1986 and 1996 were 5089 and 21,819,000, respectively (Round each answer to the nearest one percent.) (c) for un continues)

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