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A scientist performed an experiment to study how well Ubergrow Fertilizer improved the growth of plants. His results are posted below. Use of Ubergrow Fertilizer Experiment Group Amount of Fertilizer Given (in grams) Height of Plant after 3 Weeks (in cm) A 0 4.1 B 1 6.7 C 2 8.4 D 3 7.3 E 4 5.2 F 5 3.9 According to his experiment, which of the following conclusions can be drawn? Ubergrow fertilizer does not affect plant growth. Giving a plant too much fertilizer can stunt its growth. Giving a plant 2 g of Ubergrow will cause it to grow at the fastest rate.

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