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I am given a set of data (ie - x= 0.1, 0.2, 0.3 .. 1.5; y= 21.2, 19.7, 13.5; examples, not what I actually have), and I need to perform a sine regression on the scatter plot I get derive from this data. Up to this point, I have used maple to plot a scatter plot, and then I've had to use my TI-84 to get the equation for the best-fitting line. I don't want to have to enter all these data twice, and I just know that maple is capable of doing this. Can someone please help me figure this out? If you need it, I can give you the real data set I'm using at home.


i am new to Maple (just purchased 13) as well as trigonometry, which i am using Maple for! i'm trying to use Maple for all of my Chem and Trig homework because I am a Physics major and I think i'll probably be using this for years, so might as well get accustomed now!

basically, one of the problems has a figure with a unit circle on a cartesian plane. the "t-line" (or plot line, i dont know) has tick marks that represent the length of (t), and they go from 1 to 6. to give a better "mental image":

hi all! i am **brand new** with maple 13 as well as trigonometry, which i am using the program for. i have figured out how to plot the unit circle with the command:

>plot( [cos(t), sin(t), t=0..2*Pi] );<

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