AP Statistics 4.2 Exploring Data

AP Statistics 4.2 Exploring Data. The linear correlation coefficient r, takes values in what range?

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All right what is our people Okay what do we

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know about linear correlation Coefficient What we should know is

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that the value of the coefficient can show us how

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close the relationship is to a linear one that is

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a positive Our means that as x increases so does

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why while the negative art tells us that as x

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increases why decreased Well since both could be the case

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we must be able to have a mix of some

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positive in some negative numbers which knots out option c

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d and e the only decision now is whether coefficients

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can be any real number or if they're limited to

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being between one and negative one And because in all

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our days we've never seen an r value higher than

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one or lower than negative one Well we're going to

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assume it's the latter but the answer is b that's

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