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# Math 124 Chapter 4 MATH 124

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scatter plots 1. different ways to describe scatter plots correlation 1. properties of correlation
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Elementary Statistics
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Vera Klimkovsky
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Date Created: 09/10/16
Elementary Statistics Math 124-08 Vera Klimkovsky 21 September 2016 Chapter 4 – Scatter plots and Correlation Chapter 4 – Scatter plots and Correlation Scatter plot ( XY plot)  3 ways to describe a scatter plot: o Form: Linear or Nonlinear o Direction: Positive or Negative ( could also be neither) o Strength: Strong, Moderate, Weak Ex: Two Quantitative Variables X : Age of a car Y: Price of a car Linear Correlation (r) – the measure of strength and direction of a linear association between quantitative variables X & Y Properties of Correlation  Correlation makes no distinction between explanatory and response variables  Both variables should be quantitative  The changing of units doesn’t affect the correlation coefficient  Positive correlation (r) = positive association  Negative correlation (r) = negative association  Correlation = -1 ≤ r ≤ +1 ( always between -1 and 1) o If r = -1, then all points lie on a decreasing straight line o If r = 1, then all points lie on an increasing straight line o If r = 0, no positive or negative correlation ( can have pattern but not linear correlation) *ALWAYS PLOT DATA BEFORE PERFORMING ANY NUMERICAL STATISTICAL ANAYLSIS!

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