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This is what I did on StatsCrunch using the data they gave me:

Would the answer be B and C?

Because A can't be right...our data goes up to 2000. And while there still is a trend going on (newer homes --> more square ft), we can't really give a "predicted value of 1964 and 2250". So that would eliminate D and E (the fourth option and the sixth option).

Am I right? I only get one submission and I have to choose AT LEAST ONE of these.

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# Real quick question! Can we make a conclusion/inference from this graph?

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