# EOC Practice #27 SPI 3102.5.3. EOC Practice #27 Using a scatterplot, determine if a linear relationship exists and describe the association between variables.

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EOC Practice #27 SPI 3102.5.3

EOC Practice #27 Using a scatterplot, determine if a linear relationship exists and describe the association between variables.

1.Which scatterplot best represents a positive linear relationship between the variables x and y? ABCD

2. What type of correlation is shown in the scatterplot below? A. Positive correlation B. Negative correlation C. No correlation D. Random correlation

3. Which graph best shows a negative linear relationship between variables x and y? ADCB

4. What type of correlation is shown in the scatterplot below? A. Positive correlation B. Negative correlation C. No correlation D. Random correlation

1.Which scatterplot best represents a positive linear relationship between the variables x and y? ABCD

2. What type of correlation is shown in the scatterplot below? A. Positive correlation B. Negative correlation C. No correlation D. Random correlation

3. Which graph best shows a negative linear relationship between variables x and y? ADCB

4. What type of correlation is shown in the scatterplot below? A. Positive correlation B. Negative correlation C. No correlation D. Random correlation

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