Posted by **Sue 12** on Thursday, May 30, 2013 at 11:53pm.

State the null hypothesis, Ho, and the alternative hypothesis, Ha, that would be used to test the following statements.

(a) The linear correlation coefficient is positive.

Ho: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

Ha: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

(b) There is no linear correlation.

Ho: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

Ha: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

(c) There is evidence of negative correlation.

Ho: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

Ha: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

(d) There is a positive linear relationship.

Ho: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

Ha: ñ ---Select--- not equal to equal to greater than less than 0

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