A scatter plot shows a negative trend if y tends to decrease as x increases. A scatter plot shows no trend if there is no obvious pattern.
A scatter plot shows a negative trend if y tends to decrease as x increases. A scatter plot shows no trend if there is no obvious pattern.Step-by-step explanation:
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I'm not sure if its correct but I say its the third scatterplot.
If we let the points in the first graph define the position and slope of a line through the points, this line would have a negative slope and a negative trend line. As x increases, y decreases.
Such a line would have a negative slope, and the plotted data points would all lie on or very close to that drawn line. So there does appear to be a strong correlation here and, because a good-fit line drawn amongst these points would have a negative slope, that correlation is negative
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The answer would be A
Sorry if i'm wrong