reading and display data-affine relation, Basic Statistics

We start reading and display the data:

library (UsingR)

data(galileo)

g2=galileo$init.h-500

gl=galileo$h.d

par(bg='cornsilk')

plot(gl,g2,pch=20,col="red",cex=2,ylim=c(O,1000))

Looking at the data, is it reasonable to look for an affine relation between the variables h. d and init .h?

 

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