# Use the following 25 consecutive days closing prices for Apple Inc. to determine linear, quadratic, cubic, and quartic regression equations. What trends do you see? What are the predictions for the closing price on the 26th trading day? Starting with 1/22 as day 1, 1/25 as day 2, etc., use the ordered pairs (1, 100.87), (2, 98.90). . . in

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Use the following 25 consecutive days’ closing prices for Apple Inc. to determine linear, quadratic, cubic, and quartic regression equations. What trends do you see? What are the predictions for the closing price on the 26th trading day? Starting with 1/22 as day 1, 1/25 as day 2, etc., use the ordered pairs (1, 100.87), (2, 98.90). . . in the form (day number, closing price)

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