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You have a graph with a regression line that is positively sloped.

You have a graph with a regression line that is positively sloped. The regression line starts with observation points tightly packed around the regression line but as you move across the x-axis the observations tend to get further and further away from the regression line. While the points remain equally dispersed around the regression line, they are on average getting further and further away from the line. This shows a violation of the equal variance L.I.N.E. assumption. A. True
B. False

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You have a graph with a regression line that is positively sloped. The regression line starts with observation points tightly packed around the
regression line but as you move across the x-axis the...

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