A student who is at the 40th percentile of first-year gpas is also likely to be at the 40th percentile of second-year gpas. true false


  1. False. We would anticipate the second-year GPA to be slightly higher than the 40th percentile based on the regression impact.
    How does your GPA translate?
    • Your grade point average (GPA) is calculated by dividing the total number of credits you have earned in high school by the sum of all of your course grades.
    • The majority of colleges and secondary schools use a 4.0 scale to report grades.
    Given this,
     A student who has a first-year GPA in the 40th percentile
    is likely to have a second-year GPA in the same range.
    The scatter plot is shaped like a football.         ————— (False)
    If the scatter diagram is shaped like a football, then all of the data points are drawn in a circle. As a result, the data does not fit well.
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