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    |Year| |Number Of Admissions (Millions)| Average Ticket Price 1990 1,189 $4.23______________________>--^ 1998 1,481 $4.69 ______________________>--^ 1992 1,173 $4.15 ______________________>--^ 1994 1,292 $4.18 ______________________>--^ 1996 1,339 $4.42 ______________________>--^

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    A. Make A Scatterplot Of The Data Table. Graph Prices On The Horizontal Axis. B. Is There A positive correlation, negitive correlation, or no correlation between the numbers of admissions and the ticket prices? C. Would you answer part (b) be the same if you graphed ticket prices on the vertical axis instead. ? Explain

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    Positive correlation

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    C. Yes. The answer would be the same because as the price of the tickets increased the number of admissions went up. We can also say that x increases as y increases and if x and y are interchanged the new x values will also increase as y increases.

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