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The data given in the previous exercise on x 5

The data given in the previous exercise on x 5 call-to-shock time (in minutes) and y = survival rate (percent) were used to compute the equation of the leastsquares line, which was y^ = 101.33 2 9.30x The newspaper article “FDA OKs Use of Home Defibrillators” (San Luis Obispo Tribune, November 13, 2002) reported that “every minute spent waiting for paramedics to arrive with a defibrillator lowers the chance of survival by 10 percent.” Is this statement consistent with the given least-squares line? Explain.

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