Quiz3.2B - 0.7 300 West Germany 2.7 172 Italy 7.9 107 1....

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Quiz 3.2B AP Statistics Name: There is some evidence that drinking moderate amounts of wine helps prevent heart attacks. The table gives data on yearly wine consumption (liters of alcohol from drinking wine, per person), and yearly deaths from heart disease (deaths per 100,000 people) in 19 developed nations. Alcohol Heart Alcohol Heart from disease from disease Country wine deaths Country wine deaths Australia 2.5 211 Netherlands 1.8 167 Austria 3.9 167 New Zealand 1.9 266 Belgium 2.9 131 Norway 0.8 227 Canada 2.4 191 Spain 6.5 86 Denmark 2.9 220 Sweden 1.6 207 Finland 0.8 297 Switzerland 5.8 115 France 9.1 71 United Kingdom 1.3 285 Iceland 0.7 300 United States 1.2 199 Ireland
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Unformatted text preview: 0.7 300 West Germany 2.7 172 Italy 7.9 107 1. Make a scatterplot that shows how wine consumption affects heart disease. Label the “HD Deaths” axis from 50 to 300 with increments of 25. 2. Describe the form of the relationship. I.e., is there a straight-line pattern? Is the direction of the association positive or negative? 3. Explain in simple language what this says about wine and heart disease. 4. Calculate the correlation, r . How strong is the relationship? 5. Explain why your r-value is reasonable based on the scatterplot. Chapter 3 Chapter 3...
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