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Possums: Head-Length (mm) Body-Length (cm) Y-hat Residuals 94.1 89 92.5 91.5 94 95.5 93.2 92 91.5...

Possums:

Head-Length (mm) Body-Length (cm) Y-hat Residuals
94.1 89
92.5 91.5
94 95.5
93.2 92
91.5 85.5
93.1 90.5
95.3 89.5
94.8 91
93.4 91.5
91.8 89.5
93.3 89.5
94.9 92
95.1 89.5
95.4 91.5
92.9 85.5
91.6 86
94.7 89.5
93.5 90
94.4 90.5
94.8 89
95.9 96.5
96.3 91
92.5 89
94.4 84
95.8 91.5
96 90
90.5 85
93.8 87
92.8 88
92.1 84
92.8 93
94.3 94
91.4 89
90.6 85.5
94.4 85
93.3 88
89.3 82.5
92.4 80.5
84.7 75
91 84.5
88.4 83
85.3 77
90 81
85.1 76
90.7 81
91.4 84
90.1 89
98.6 85
95.4 85
91.6 88
95.6 85
97.6 93.5
93.1 91
96.9 91.5
103.1 92.5
99.9 93.7
95.1 93
94.5 91
102.5 96
91.3 88
95.7 86
91.3 90.5
92 88.5
96.9 89.5
93.5 88.5
90.4 86
93.3 85
94.1 88.5
98 88
91.9 87
92.8 90
85.9 80.5
82.5 82
88.7 83
93.8 89
92.4 89
93.6 84
86.5 81
85.8 81
86.7 84
90.6 85.5
86 82
90 81.5
88.4 80.5
89.5 92
88.2 86.5
98.5 93
89.6 87.5
97.7 84.5
92.6 85
97.8 89
90.7 85
89.2 82
91.8 84
91.6 88.5
94.8 83
91 86
93.2 84
93.3 86.5
89.5 81.5
88.6 82.5
92.4 89
91.5 82.5
93.6 89

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