Scatterplots
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by Ashly Winkle
| 22 Questions
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What is the X variable of the above scatterplot?
Number of hours spent doing homework
Number of hours spent watching TV
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What is the Y variable of the above scatterplot?
Number of hours spent doing homework
Number of hours spent watching TV
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What sales amount could be expected if the company shown in the graph spends $6750 in advertising?
A 120
B 122
C 124
D 126
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Sales of 108 could be expected from what advertising budget?
A $5,550
B $5,750
C $6,000
D $6,250
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5
1
What type of correlation is this?
No correlation
Positive correlation
Negative correlation
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1
What type of correlation is this?
No correlation
Positive correlation
Negative correlation
7
1
What type of correlation is this?
No correlation
Positive correlation
Negative correlation
Look at the scatterplots and answer the questions the questions.
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What are the variables being graphed?

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Describe what happens to sales as more advertising dollars are spent?
Sales stay the same
Sales decrease
Sales increase
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So as one variable gets larger, the other also gets larger.
This is an example of a relationship which shows
____________ CORRELATION.
Positive
Negative
No
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What are the two variables being graphed?

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As the weight of cars increases, what happens to the miles per gallon?

Increase
Decrease
No change

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So as one variable gets larger, the other gets smaller.
This is an example of a relationship which shows ______________ CORRELATION.

Positive
Negative
No

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What are the two variables being graphed?

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As the temperature increases, what happens to the sales?

Increase
Decrease
Nothing
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So as one variable gets larger, the other isn’t affected.
This is an example of a relationship which shows ______________ CORRELATION.

Positive
Negative
No
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A car weighing 3,500 lbs. could be expected to get approximately _________ miles per gallon.

15
20
25
30
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A car that gets 25 miles per gallon could be expected to weigh approximately ________ lbs.

1200
2200
3200
4200
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A car weighing 3,000 lbs. could be expected to get approximately __________ miles per gallon.

15
20
25
30
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Mark all that are true about the relationship shown between stopping distance and speed of cars from the 1920’s.

No correlation
Positive correlation
Negative correlation
As speed increases, stopping distance increases
As speed increases, stopping distance decreases
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Complete the statement about the relationships shown by the graphs.
Graph A shows ________ correlation
positive
negative
no
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Complete the statement about the relationships shown by the graphs.
Graph B shows ________ correlation
positive
negative
no

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