Neal's Regression Line-O-Death
The data shown here is a comparison between the price of cars and
the horsepower that they produce. There are ten cars taken from five
different price groups. Those price groups are $0-9,999, $10,000-$19,999,
$20,000-29,999, $30,000-$39,999, $40,000-$49,999, and $50,000-up. This was
done so that we could see the comparison of both expensive and inexpensive
automobiles. The dollar amounts are in hundreds so add two zeros to get
actual value (136 = 13,600). The Horsepower is in standard bhp value. The
data is from Motor Trend magazine (the last page of every issue).
Outliers are found in red.
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