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In this lesson, we will learn how to deal with linear correlation and distinguish between different types of correlation.
What type of linear correlation might exist between the mass loaded
onto a spring and its extension?
What type of correlation exists between the
two variables in the shown scatter plot?
What type of correlation does this graph show?
Can we use the line of best fit to describe the trend in the data? Why?
The scatterplot shows the high jump and long jump results achieved by 15 competitors in the women’s heptathlon at the 2016 Olympics in
Rio de Janeiro.
The correlation coefficient for this dataset is 0.859. What is the correct interpretation of this correlation coefficient?
Which of the following correlation coefficients indicates the strongest correlation?
What type of correlation exists between the two
variables in the shown scatterplot?
The scattergraph shows the average gestation period,
measured in days, against the average brain mass of an adult,
measured in grams, for 13 species of mammals.
What type of correlation appears to exist between the
gestation period and the brain mass?
What is the correct interpretation of this relationship?
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