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Make a scatter diagram with 10 dots showing a perfect positive linear correlation

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    Perfect positive linear? Wouldn't they all fall on the same straight line?

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    In a scatter diagram, a perfect positive linear relationship is shown by a diagonal straight line going from lower left to upper right. A perfect negative linear relationship is shown by a diagonal straight line going from upper left to lower right. Both vertical and horizontal straight lines indicate no relationship.

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