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Give one real life example of each correlation: positive, negative, and no correlation.

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positive: hours work vs money made the more you work , the more you make so it is positive corelation
negative study time vs grade the more you study, the more your grade goes down aka the more you fail.
No correlation: time spent on OpenStudy vs # of hour in a day no matter how many time I spend on OS, the # of hours in a day doens't change.

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91 it has to be measureable by a number
happines caant be measured by a number
erm, 100% happy <- number.
no comment
who said answers must be answers? answers should be creative.
point taken
hey 91 i gave u the medal that makes you level 50
your a yellow fellow now
Thanks buddy; I am trying to get up to my old account which was 99
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