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Suppose we are making predictions of the dependent variable y for specific values of the independent variable x using a simple linear regression model holding the confidence level constant. Let C.I = the width of the confidence interval for the average value y for a given value of x, and P.I = the width of the prediction interval for a single value y for a given value of x.

I need to know if C.I > P.I., < P.I., = P.I., or = .5 P.I.

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# Confidence and prediction interval

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