Algebra 2 2-5 Independent Practice: Using Linear Models
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by Matthew Richardson
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Describe the correlation in the data represented in the scatter plot below.

Negative correlation
Strong negative correlation
No correlation
Strong positive correlation
Positive correlation
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Make a scatter plot of the set of points.

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Describe the correlation in the data you graphed in the previous item.
Negative Correlation
No Correlation
Positive Correlation
Strong Positive Correlation
Strong Negative Correlation
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The set {(2, 58), (6, 105), (8, 88), (8, 118), (12, 117), (16, 137), (20, 157), (20, 169)} is graphed below.

Sketch a trend line to model the data. Use a contrasting color.
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Writing: How can you determine whether two variables x and y for a real-life situation are correlated?
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Analysis: Do you think a trend line on a graph is always the same as the line of best fit? Why or why not?
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Compare and Contrast: What is the difference between a positive correlation and a negative correlation?
How might you relate positive correlation with direct variation?
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Reflection: Math Success