Find the relation between two substance, Applied Statistics

Find the Relation between two substance:

The following table shows the results obtained in experiments aimed to determine how solubility of water in benzene depends on temperature. A Linear relationship between temperature and Logarithm of solubility expressed as percent of water (by weight) in the solution (if the value of S, Solubility was multiplied by 100 before taking the Logarithm) is adequate.

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Temperature (in degrees centigrade)

Log (100s)

1.

8.8

0.601

2.

14.4

0.699

3.

15.0

0.705

4.

15.5

0.696

5.

20.0

0.748

6.

20.0

0.758

7.

25.0

0.816

8.

25.0

0.821

9.

30.0

0.876

10.

30.0

0.861

11.

35.0

0.931

12.

35.0

0.947

13.

35.0

0.949

I)   Set up the regression equation in the form Y=a+bX where Y = Log(100s) and X = temperature

II)  Estimate the true value of Y for a temperature of 32 °C .

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