#### Answer

Yes, the partial skeleton height is slightly over 5 feet tall.

#### Work Step by Step

The length of the femur is given by\[f=0.432h-10.44\]. It is also provided that
\[f=16\text{ inches}\]. Now substituting \[f=16\] in the above equation and solve for \[h\]:
\[16=0.432h-10.44\]
Add \[10.44\] on both sides;
\[\begin{align}
& 16+10.44=0.432h-10.44+10.44 \\
& 26.44=0.432h
\end{align}\]
Divide \[0.432\]on both sides.
\[\begin{align}
& \frac{26.44}{0.432}=\frac{0.432h}{0.432} \\
& 61.20=h
\end{align}\]
So,\[h=61.20\text{ inches}\]. As it is provided that the skeleton found is \[5\]feet tall.
Since,
\[\begin{align}
& 1\text{ feet}=12\text{ inches} \\
& \Rightarrow 5\text{ feet}=12\times 5 \\
& =60\text{ inches}
\end{align}\]
which is approximately equal to,
\[61.20\ \text{inches}\].
Yes, the partial skeleton height is slightly over 5 feet tall.