Hi DragonPrinces, I think you're on the right track.

Just a note, those words are spelled "weird", and "meant".

Sorry about the spelling.

Well, the constant term is 6e-11, which is a computer's way of writing 6 x 10

^{-11}. That is 0.00000000006, which is so small, it's effectively zero. It's just a numerical artifact due to the slight imprecision of the numbers as they are represented in computer memory. The program tried to fit a full second-order

polynomial with quadratic, linear, and constant terms, but the data have no constant term, so the fitter found a really small value for it (small enough to be ignored completely). The answer you got is effectively just 4x

^{2} + 10x

**y = 4x**^{2} + 10x
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