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Serena says that if a regression line is drawn correctly in a scatterplot, there will always be the same number of points above the line as there are below the line. Which of these must be a counterexample to her claim? a scatterplot with an odd number of points in which the correct regression line passes directly through 0 of the points a scatterplot with an even number of points in which the correct regression line passes directly through 0 of the points a scatterplot with an odd number of points in which the correct regression line passes directly through 1 of the points a scatterplot with an even number of points in which the correct regression line passes directly through 2 of the points

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