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Chapter 7: Scatterplots, Association, and Correlation Scatterplots – most common and most effective display for data; best way to start observing the relationship between two quantitative variables (association) Describing scatterplots: Direction: positive and negative associations Form: linear relationship Strength (how much scatter): very/moderately/not strong Scatterplot axes: X-axis: explanatory/predictor variable, acts independently to make y respond Y-axis: response variable; depends on x-variable Correlation Coefficient (r) = (summation of Zx and Zy) / n-1 Correlation – measures the strength of the linear association between two quantitative variables. Conditions for correlation: Quantitative Variables Condition – correlation only applies to quantitative variables Straight Enough Condition – correlation measures the strength only of the linear association Outlier condition – can make a small correlation look big or hide a large correlation Graphing a Scatterplot with correlation coefficient and constants for linear

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