Which graph mirrors data who r-value is most most likely closest to 0? A graph mirrors both axes unnumbered. Points present a downward trend. A graph shows both axes unnumbered. Points present an increase trend. A graph mirrors both axes unnumbered. Points present a bottom trend. A graph reflects both axes unnumbered. Points are scattered everywhere the graph. Mark this and also return
B on ed 2020
an r worth of 1 would be a graph that has actually a direct line going increase one then
to the right one so the closest to that is the 2nd graph (B)
Graph 2) is the exactly answer.
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We know that:
r = -1 is strong an adverse correlation and also 1 is solid positive correlation. 0 way no correlation.
Hence by the values of this r we have the right to characterize our function.
Now in this inquiry we are given that:
The graph shows data whose r-value is most most likely closest come 1?
As the graph 1) is a decrease in the values therefore it shows a an adverse correlation i.e. R= -1. Comparable is the situation for graph 3).Also the graph 4) is distorted i.e. It shows no correlation i.e. R=0.
Hence every the remaining three options are discarded.
Hence option 2) is true.
I.e. Graph 2) represents a strong positive correlation i.e. R-value is closest to 1.
Since you didn"t placed a picture I don"t understand if this is right, but I observed that one more person had answered a question with similar wording, hope this helps.
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r = -1 is strong negative correlation 1 is solid positive correlation. 0 way no correlation.This right here graph to represent a solid positive correlation because it"s r-value is closest to 1.
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