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Which of the following is NOT true about a normal probability plot? A) A normal probability plot is a scatter plot of the (normal score, observation) pairs. B) A calculator can be used to construct a normal probability plot. C) A substantially linear pattern in a normal probability plot suggests that population normality is plausible. D) A systematic departure from a straight-line pattern, such as curvature in the plot, casts doubt on the legitimacy of assuming a normal population distribution. E) A linear pattern in a normal probability plots proves that the population is normally distributed. (I THINK IT IS C)
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