# Math-Statistics

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draw scatterplots one for which the pearson correlation coefficient is r=-1
and r=1

Stuck on how to get started

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r = -1 gives a diagonal line going from upper left to lower right.

r = +1 gives a diagonal line going from lower left to upper right.

The angle of the line will depend on the values used for the two variables.

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