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In an effort to determine what percentage of teenagers text and drive at Griswold High School, a student randomly selected $50$ teenage drivers from Griswold and constructed a $95\%$ confidence interval. Suppose that the student decides to construct the $95\%$ confidence interval again, but this time she randomly selects $100$ students.

What would happen to the margin of error?


The margin of error would increase.


The margin of error would decrease.


The margin of error would not change.


Can't tell, because the margin of error varies from sample to sample.


Can't tell, because we don't know the point estimate from the samples.

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