First published in The Baptist Times, 23/07/10
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The likelihood of Mrs. Carruthers in row six passing out is the dependent variable, while the length of the sermon is the independent variable. Thus, “Length of sermon” should be on the x-axis and “Likelihood…” should be on the y-axis.
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