What is the difference between the predicted value found in (c) and the actual winning height of 5.96 m? (round your answer to two

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What is the difference between the predicted value found in (c) and the actual winning height of 5.96 m? (round your answer to two decimal places.)

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Euphemia 1 month 2022-12-24T15:31:27+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-12-24T15:33:16+00:00
    The difference between the predicted value found in (c) and the actual winning height of 5.96 m is 2.66

    How to solve for the difference

    We have to find the linear model of winning the height pole in the Olympics
    This would given as
    y = 4.7848 + 0.0265 (2008 – 1952)
    y = 3.3008
    Based on the equation the height is given as 3.3008
    Then the difference would be  5.96 – 3.3008
    = 2.6592
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