Match each data set with the scatter plot that would most likely represent it.
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number of pairs of sneakers owned versus minutes spent running every week
type of car driven versus average minutes of daily exercise
number of sandwiches eaten versus slices of bread in the package
daily restaurant customers versus number of meals sold
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Think about each scenario. Should there be a definite correlation between the two quantities? Should it be positive or negative? Do you know how such things should appear on a scatterplot?
Isn't the second term C the first one A Third D and Fourth B @mrbarry
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ya u are right
Let's see lots of running would need lots of shoes (relatively positive)
kind of car has little to do with amt of exercise (random)
if number of sandwiches eaten is high then remaining bread is low (neg)
more customers mean more meals (very pos)
Thank you @mrbarry and @dan815
You are welcome. Sorry about my long reply, I just wanted to make sure we had the same ideas for the same reasons.