Question: Repeat Exercise 17 9 but for a third order model and using

Repeat Exercise 17.9, but for a third-order model and using y = top speed (mph) as the dependent variable. During the 1960s, manufacturers of the so-called “muscle cars” were accused of deliberately understating the massive amount of horsepower these engines produced. Examining the curve for the third-order model, would it appear that these accusations might have been justified?
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An early edition of Car and Driver magazine reported the engine horsepower, top speed (mph), curb weight (pounds), and 0–60 mph acceleration time (seconds) for a selection of automobiles that ranged from large American “muscle cars” to small economy imports. The data are in file XR17009. Using y = 0–60 time and x = horsepower, fit a second-order polynomial model and predict the 0–60 time for a car with 300 horsepower.

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