- bobobox

Generic math help needed

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- UsukiDoll

and my smartscore went to 82! WOO! 8 more until 90!

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- UsukiDoll

errrrrrrr......all I see is a scatter plot just increasing..
here's the definition of positive correlation
A positive correlation is a relationship between two variables where if one variable increases, the other one also increases. A positive correlation also exists in one decreases and the other also decreases.

- bobobox

okay, scatter plot just confuse me all together here...

- UsukiDoll

it's just ......... increasing.

- bobobox

okay so a?

- UsukiDoll

I don't know.. increasing is one thing but how strong is another. That is what I don't know

- bobobox

hmmmmm. @jim_thompson5910 what do you think?

- UsukiDoll

all I can grab out of this is... it's a scatter plot graph. if I draw a line, it will be positive and increasing... but how strong or weak... well I'm not sure.

- bobobox

hmmm

- UsukiDoll

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- bobobox

I hate scattor plots!

- UsukiDoll

hate this! I never learned it to be honest. But I saw that the scatterplot graph is increasing

- UsukiDoll

so if one value increase, so does another and you have a positive correlation

- UsukiDoll

positive correlation occurs if one value decreased and so does another value.. hmm :/
but in this graph it's increasing .. just don't know the strength of it

- bobobox

ugh this is weird

- UsukiDoll

oh thank you internet... apparently if your scatter plot is clustered together you either have a strong positive or negative... something like this |dw:1435466364672:dw|

- bobobox

okay so it's a strong increase?

- UsukiDoll

no. compare what I drew to your graph. Are you points clustered together?

- bobobox

no it's weak soooooo its b?

- UsukiDoll

think of it as strong positive - strong unity
strong negative - strong unity
weak positive / negative - everyone goes their own way

- UsukiDoll

oh yeah weak

- bobobox

okay i hate to ask but could you help with the next?

- UsukiDoll

depends on the difficulty

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