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Question 11 out of 1 pointsA scatterplot shows:Answers:Scores on one variable plotted against scores on a second variable.The frequency with which values appear in the data.The average value of groups of data.The proportion of data falling into different categories.Question 21 out of 1 pointsWhich of the following statements about Pearson's correlation coefficient is nottrue?Question 31 out of 1 pointsWhen interpreting a correlation coefficient, it is important to look at:Question 41 out of 1 pointsThe correlation between two variables A and B is .12 with a significance of p < .01. What can we conclude?Question 51 out of 1 pointsThe relationship between two variables partialling out the effect that a third variable
has on one of those variables can be expressed using a:Answers:Bivariate correlationSemi-partial correlationPoint-biserial correlationPartial correlationQuestion 61 out of 1 pointsImagine a researcher wanted to investigate whether there was a significant correlation between IQ and annual income, but she had reason to believe that work ethic would influence both of these variables. What should she do?Question 71 out of 1 pointsA correlation of .5 would produce a scatterplot in which the slope:
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Statistics,Regression Analysis,researcher,Correlation and dependence,Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient,Spearman's rank correlation coefficient