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Is there a positive correlation, a negative correlation, or no correlation between daily newspaper circulation and the number of television sets in homes? Explain. (1 point)
A. positive correlation; Since there seems to be a linear relationship, there is a positive correlation.
B. negative correlation; as the number of television sets increases, the newspaper circulation decreases.
C. negative correlation; there seems to be no linear relationship, and, thus, a negative correlation.
D. no correlation; there is no relationship among the data.
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Is there a positive correlation, a negative correlation, or no correlation between daily newspaper circulation and the number of television sets in homes? Explain. (1 point) A. positive correlation; Since there seems to be a linear relationship, there is a positive correlation. B. negative correlation; as the number of television sets increases, the newspaper circulation decreases. C. negative correlation; there seems to be no linear relationship, and, thus, a negative correlation. D. no correlation; there is no relationship among the data.
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Is there a positive correlation, a negative correlation, or no correlation between daily newspaper circulation and the number of television sets in homes? Explain. (1 point) (1 pt) negative correlation; as the number of television sets increases, the newspaper circulation decreases.
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