anonymous
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The graph shows the number of weeks a movie has been in theaters and the number of tickets sold each week:
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what graph?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which statement best describes the relationship between the number of weeks a movie has been in theaters and the number of tickets sold? As the number of weeks increases, the number of tickets sold decreases. As the number of weeks increases, the number of tickets sold increases. As the number of weeks decreases, the number of tickets sold decreases. No relationship can be determined.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i need a graph to answer this.

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ok thank you...
anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the first one is correct.
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is A because it is a negative correlation and retricemore weeks pass there are less tickets sold
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