If the trend line can be used to predict future results, how fast will the race be run in the next 4 years for
how would i set that up
If the trend line can be used to predict future results, how fast will the race be run in the next 4 years for both men and women? Use your slope value to calculate the speed. What will be the winning times for both men and women
Answer by Scottiegirl
this is kind of hard to answer on this site….you would need a diagram….
Do previous labors predict future labors?
I’m sure this has been asked a million times, but I am asking those whose doctors have answered this question. Do previous labor experiences predict future ones? If you were induced at 41 weeks with the first, are you more likely to have it done again…or is there no correlation? Thanks!
Answer by Krystan
my mom was on time with my sister late with me and 2 weeks early with my brother… i think every pregnancy is different so probably not
Answer by Cari O
I think it really depends. I had so many factors that changed between my first and second-and all the others for that matter-that its hard to say. My first was overdue and induced at 42.5 weeks, while my others were all born before my due date. My 2nd was also induced, the others werent. However, I had an OB for the first, a CNM for the 2nd, and lay midwives for the others. The CNM figured out a way to get me into labor, at least somewhat, and the other midwives expanded on that. I can basically naturall induce myself now, but most women dont have that luxury.
I do know lots of women that consistently went overdue though, hopefully you wont!
Answer by Jennifer M Due Nov 14 with #3!
I was induced at 41 weeks with my first and then again at 41 weeks with my second so I am expecting it to be that way again with my third. I do wish that I can experience going into labor on my on this time since it will be my last. I am not sure if there is any actual facts saying there is any pattern or anything about your future and previous but I have always wondered this.