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Horace keeps track of the amount of time he studies and the score he gets on his quizzes. The data are shown in the table below. Which of the scatter plots below accurately records the data?
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Answered 2020-12-23 Author has 93 answers

Since the scatterplots are not given, we have obtained scatterplot of the given data.
Step 2
The scatter plot can be obtained using EXCEL software.
Enter the values of Hours studying in column A and Quiz score in column B.
Select the range of two variables with labels.
Go to Insert > Charts > Scatterplot.
Click OK.
Step 3
The scatterplot of the data is given below
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