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Online ProgramA ball is launched into the air and the height of the ball, in feet, is estimated \(\frac{1}{2}\) second after it is launched. The ball is then launched again and this time the height of the ball is estimated 1 second after it is launched. This experiment is repeated 16 times, and on the nth launch, the height of the ball is estimated \(\frac{n}{2}\) seconds after it is launched. The results are shown in the scatterplot below and a quadratic model that best fits the data is also shown.

For the twelfth launch, which of the following best approximates the percent decrease from the estimated height to the height that the model predicts?