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After presenting the examples and definitions on pages 343-347 of the Student Edition, display the slide of Theme Park Attendance.Discuss the trends in attendance at amusement/theme parks. If you prefer, students can use this data to review scatter plots and regression equations. Display the Ferris Wheel table to use in the following application.Application Assume that the cars are evenly spaced around the circumference of each Ferris Wheel. Make a table organizing the following information for each Ferris Wheel: the central angle, in degrees, between cars; the central angle, in radians, between cars; and the length of the intercepted arc between each car. Table values areChicago; 10; /18 radians; about 21.8 ftLondon; 11.25; /16 radians; about 87.0 ftJapan; 6; /30 radians; about 17.2 ftAustria; 24; 2/15 radians; about 41.9 ft