# The graph above shows the height of the tide, in feet, above or…

# Solution:

We are given a graph in which the y-axis displays the height of the tide. We must determine the difference between the heights of the highest and lowest tides.

highest tide = 2.2 feet

lowest tide = -0.5 feet

Thus, the difference between the heights is 2.2 – (-0.5) = 2.2 + 0.5 = 2.7 feet.

**Answer: E**

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