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:[Three points are labeled "Student A", "Student B" and "Student C" from left to right in a scatter plot with axes labeled "Stats exam grade" (60-100) and "Scream loudness (decibels)" (86-94) with a trend line. Student B has the highest exam grade, followed by Student C and then Student A.]
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:[Three points labeled "Student A", "Student B" and "Student C" in a scatter plot with axes labeled "Stats exam grade" (60-100) and "Scream loudness (decibel)" (86-94) with a trend line]
:[A line goes from the trend line to a box containing the following:]
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:[A line goes from the trend line to a text box with the text:]
 
:β=1.94  
 
:β=1.94  
 
:p=0.586
 
:p=0.586
  
:[In a frameless panel, Megan reads a piece of paper while facing Cueball while three students look at them from the background.]
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:[In a frameless panel, Megan (holding a piece of paper) and Cueball are facing each other with three kids in the background]
 
:Megan: Darn, not significant.
 
:Megan: Darn, not significant.
 
:Cueball: We need more data. Have them each try yelling into the mic a few more times.
 
:Cueball: We need more data. Have them each try yelling into the mic a few more times.

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