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Scatter plots are used to discover relationships between variables. Using the
corresponding measurements of variable1 and variable2 in DATA, plot variable1 vs.
variable2 and describe the correlation between variable1 and variable2.
The relationship is linear, positive, and strong.
There is no relationship, or the strength of the relationship is very weak
The strength of the relationship is moderate, linear, and negative.
6 6 0 V Q UI A W N
variable1 variable2
-1.60263 6.66630
5.13511 22.39796
6.36533 48.04439
5.62218 33.73949
2.19935 13.13368
6.44037 34.07411
7.53576 57.43268
6.84911 46.18391
11
0.96507 2.31758
12
-7.97987 66.45126
The strength of the relationship is moderate, linear, and positive.
13
7.71148 60.12220
14
8.00414 69.34776
15
1.84249 -8.58487
ONone of the answers accurately characterize the data.
16
6.64529 35.44469
17
3.52281 15.81326
The strength of the relationship is strong, but it is not linear.
18
6.12823 42.51683
19
8.02429 63.53322
20
739 10.39
The relationship is linear, negative, and strong.
21
1.60250 -1.67370
22
9.59542 92.44574
23
0.97873 -2.22144
24
7.61991 66.59948
25
6.35683 35.62167
26
4.60624 15.37388

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