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Vanessa Reapor Statistics 252, Section 07 February 23, 2010 Investigation 10: Human Development Trends A. Research Question: Has the relationship between cell phones and personal computers grown stronger? B. Association (Most Recent Year: 2006) Direction- Positive Strength- Strong Form- Linear Europe, the Americas, and Asian Regions are fairly scattered, but African countries are closer to the bottom.
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C. Association (Earliest Year: 1990) Direction- Roughly Positive Strength- Moderately Strong Form- Roughly Linear Asian Regions are fairly scattered in the middle. European and American Regions are scattered. African Regions are extreme outliers. D. Cell Phones: Increased throughout the years Personal Computers: Increased throughout the years The association between both variables (cell phones and personal computers) has gotten
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Unformatted text preview: positively stronger and linear throughout the years. E. United States In 1990, the United States had a fairly high population of personal computer usage as well as cell phone owners. In 2006, personal computer and cell phone ownership has greatly increased, but more people own computers than cell phones. India In 1990, India started out with more personal computers, and virtually no cell phone users. However, in the span of 16 years India has increased majorly in both the ownership in cell phones. South Korea South Korea is one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world. They too have increased personal computer and cell phone ownership from 1990 to 2006....
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