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# IR veritas

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17 May 2016, 03:31
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I dont understand this kind of graph pl help somebody
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23 Oct 2016, 09:15

Pls mention all the options in dropdown menu . It will be easier to answer.

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03 Dec 2016, 03:13
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AbhijitGoswami wrote:

Pls mention all the options in dropdown menu . It will be easier to answer.

-Abhijit

Hi AbhijitGoswami,

PFB the link of the question.

http://www.veritasprep.com/sample-problems/?question=14
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03 Dec 2016, 03:21
I dont understand this kind of graph pl help somebody

As per original image L and S are in positive correlation.

The relation of L and S are inversed in sense , L and S are in Negative correlation.

The position of circle remains same but the size differs. PFB the image how it looks when reversed.

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So the answers as per image :

If the relationship between L and S were inversed, then the greatest effect on the graph would be to the Size of the circles. ( as position remain the same)

If the relationship between L and S were inversed, then the largest circle would be A .

If the relationship between L and S were inversed, then were would be a Negative correlation between F and L.

If the relationship between L and S were inversed, then were would be a Negative correlation between S and L.

If the relationship between L and S were inversed, then were would be aPositive correlation between F and S. ( Still positive as L doesnt matter now)

Hope this helps kudos if it does
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