Predicting Cryoxide Can Sales
From Cyberchase
00:00 - 03:11
3m 11s

The CyberSquad ordered too many Cryoxide cans for the shop, and they try to understand where they went wrong. After they obtain historical sales data, they identify patterns in the data and predict the number of cans that they need to order each day of the week to prevent having a surplus.


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