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The table lists the results from a survey (of questionable accuracy) of adults and how much they spend on a night out. The table displays the values rounded to the nearest whole number. Make a scatter plot. How would you describe the correlation between a personâ€™s age and how much he or she spends on a night out? Does anyone know how to do this?
Which assotiation best describe the scatter plot?
Which situation describes a negative correlation
If you know the area of a rectangle can you predict its perimeter? Explain
Consider the following scenario: A chef notices a pattern in dessert orders at his restaurant. Which event probably has the strongest correlation with the dessert orders? The fruit that is currently in season The number of patrons in a nearby coffee shop The number of times a dessert was offered at a special price The number of male versus female diners
Which statement is true? a. Correlation or association proves causation. b. Causation requires either correlation or association. c. Causation can exist without correlation or association. d. All correlations indicate causal links. e. If there is correlation, then there is causation.
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