William W. answered 12/10/20
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This is just a matter of looking at the data to see which graph has the data correctly recorded.
The first two graphs have College data on the "x" axis which is not the way the data is laid out in the table. Of the last two scatterplots, it appears the differentiator between them is the data at a high school GPA of 4.0. Looking at the table, a high school GPA of 4.0 resulted in one college GPA at 3.0 and two at 3.1 meaning the last chart matches the data.
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