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Medal and Fan its either A or B..

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  1. anonymous
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    How could the relationship of the data be classified? A. A fairly strong positive correlation B. A fairly weak positive correlation C. A fairly strong negative correlation D. A fairly weak negative correlation

  2. anonymous
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    Mostly A because they are close to each other and it increase if it was B the dots would be more apart from each like being placed any where

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok thank you,... do you think you can help with one more?

  5. anonymous
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    wait are u in algebra 1 FLVS?

  6. anonymous
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    nope

  7. anonymous
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    oh ok

  8. anonymous
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    Would you by any chance know these? Given the data set for the height and shoe size of every student in a math class, hypothesize a relationship between the variables. I would expect the data to be positively correlated. I would expect the data to be negatively correlated. I would expect no correlation. There is not enough information to determine correlation. Analyze the following statement: Marcus notices that he runs faster in the mornings rather than the evenings. Is the statement an example of correlation or causation? Correlation, because time of day doesn't cause a person to run faster or slower Causation, because Marcus has noticed this over several trials No relationship, because time of day has nothing to do with how fast a person runs There is not enough information to make a conclusion

  9. anonymous
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    For the first one I thought it was A

  10. anonymous
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    And for the second I think it might be A or C

  11. anonymous
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    @Anonymous1321 i fan and and gave u a medal ! :)

  12. anonymous
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    i think C and thanks :)

  13. anonymous
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    Can you explain.....

  14. anonymous
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    nvm i think A, i looked at an example of one done and shows positive

  15. anonymous
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    http://www.amstat.org/publications/jse/v20n3/mclaren/shoesize.xls

  16. anonymous
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    oh ok thank you thank you!!! How about the second one tho

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    second what

  18. anonymous
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    second question

  19. anonymous
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    Analyze the following statement: Marcus notices that he runs faster in the mornings rather than the evenings. Is the statement an example of correlation or causation? A. Correlation, because time of day doesn't cause a person to run faster or slower B. Causation, because Marcus has noticed this over several trials C. No relationship, because time of day has nothing to do with how fast a person runs D. There is not enough information to make a conclusion

  20. anonymous
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    b http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/53b7123be4b09f140ca5ee4b

  21. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    ok thank you number 1 was A!! 2 was A as well!! But the last one was A too!! But i still got an 80 so thank you so much for ur help

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