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Date Created: 09/06/15
Most commonly used correlation coefficient in social science research is b pointbiserial coefficient Spearman rho coefficient a phi coefficient 9 basic measures of the association among variables and a foundational statistic for several more complex statistics b coefficient of correlation c Phi coefficient d Pearson productmoment coefficient Researchers compute correlation coefficients when they want to know how two variables are related to each other b False Choose correct statements about Pearson productmoment correlation Key characteristics that researchers care for in correlation coefficient i Direction ofthe correlation coefficient j Magnitude of the relationship a i only b j only d neither i norj A school is conducting a survey on the average use of social media by the kids School decides to consider leisure class time and network usage It was found that all the leisure hours have been consumed by students for social media School decided to increase the leisure time by weekly 1 hour for a month The social media usage records in the network logs had also increased This is an example of b Negative correlation Perfect correlation n A florist advertised this The cost of one bouquet is 10 and the cost of 3 bouquets is 30 The cost of 10 bouquets is 100 This is an example of b Negative correlation c Perfect correlation In a calculation the trend showed correlation coefficient range of strength oscillated between 2 and 2 This means a A weak relation between the 2 variables c A strong relation between the 2 variables d No relation Correlation coefficient observation rules can be applied consistently across all situation Choose strong relationships in the following 10 11 b 45 is the usage of facebook in a school of 100 students c 20 is the participation in voting by citizens of a village Correlation coefficient between planting seeds in the garden and sunlight available to the garden is 0 This indicates b The direction of correlation between the two variables is positive c The direction of correlation between the two variables in negative Correlation between crackers burst xaxis and injury caused yaxis is shown in the following diagram What does the scattergram indicate 10 injury 9 O 8 7 6 5 4 3 O 2 1 g O O 1 2 3 4 5 6 a The relationship is not clear b Positive relation c Negative relation
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