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The table below shows Britney's distance, in miles, from her destination after different time intervals in hours: Time (hours) (x) 2 4 1 3 6 5 7 Distance from destination (miles) (y) 1,000 880 1,060 940 760 820 690 What is the correlation coefficient for the data, and what does it represent? 0; it represents no correlation between x and y 0.999; it represents a linear positive correlation between x and y −0.999; it represents a linear negative correlation between x and y 0.999; it represents a linear negative correlation between x and y
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it seems linear
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the slope is 60
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it is actually linear negative correlation

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the slope is found like this 1000-1060/2-1=-60 that's why it is negative correlation
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? @xapproachesinfinity c would be the asnwre
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what would be the answer c @xapproachesinfinity
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