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    Standard Error in a Linear Model

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    Based on the linear model, the predicted systolic blood pressure for a 13-year-old boy is given by Y = 97.8 + 1.92(13) = 97.8 + 24.96 = 122.8 mm Hg. This is very close to the observed mean systolic blood pressure in this age group in these data (122 mm Hg).

    Compute this for a 17 year old boy.

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