statistics

Given the following scatter diagram , the sample correlation coefficient r:

Has a positive linear correlation
Has a negative linear correlation.
Has little or no correlation.
Looks close to + 1.00

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1. Positive = significant + number not above 1.00.

Negative = significant - number not above 1.00.

Little or no = ± close to zero

You can't find a positive number close to but not above +1.00?

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posted by PsyDAG
2. has a negative linear correlation

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