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My reasoning for this question: Thrice in the graph the “number of visitors per year” drop while the number of public museum increases. I have marked it above. So, can you please help me in understanding how it is a positive correlation ? Am I missing something ?
Thanks & Regards Vinni
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Except for 3 entries when the "public" goes up, "the number of visitor" goes up; that's why correlation is POSITIVE. Please notice that the quetion did not ask if the correlation was equal to "1" (for example). So you can accept also few values that are not similar to the trend.
I dont think we can say that the correlation is positive when there are a few entries missing the trend. Can experts please help and clarify if the answer can actually be true basis thr reasoning presented above?
A perfect positive correlation means that 100% of the time, the relationship that appears to exist between two variables is positive. It is also possible for two variables to be positively correlated in some, but not all, cases.
This is what you get when you plot a scatter plot.
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Re: Select True/False question
23 May 2014, 04:42