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• Bivariate data is data that has two variables

• Scatter Plots are a graphical representation of two different data sets

• Scatter Plots are a graphical representation of two different data sets

- IntroductionWhat is Bivariate data, and how do we model it?
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**Determining Correlation**

For each of the following scatter plots determine whether the bivariate data is positively correlated, negatively correlated, or has no correlation.a)b)c)d) - 2.State whether each of the following bivariate data will most likely be positively correlated, negatively correlated or have no correlation:a)Amount of gas put into a car’s gas tank and the distance that car will travelb)Amount of cigarettes smoked and your life expectancyc)The amount of time you spend watching TV and the price of rice in China

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