Created by Nabeeha Yusuf
almost 4 years ago


Question  Answer 
Correlation  The relationship between two data sets. ac89f6b2da8b43d7a5b26e97fbf3f192.PNG (image/PNG) 
Positive Correlation  When the values increase together. 78d1b84e0ab24ab7ad651d144df09079.PNG (image/PNG) 
Negative Correlation  When one value decreases as the other increases 01a8be0d56b3457fa13ccf142259ebc2.PNG (image/PNG) 
Strong Correlation  When the points are located closer to one another. b3f5a94b288645dda311191d70c4e95f.PNG (image/PNG) 
Weak Correlation  When the points are located farther apart from one another. 86545b0707574bd3add48edc16ee6880.PNG (image/PNG) 
Influential Points  An outlier that greatly affects the slope of the regression line. 22a2fcdd87e04c00881c660acab79a06.gif (image/gif) 
Correlation Coeficient  A number that is a measure of the strength and direction of the correlation between two variables. e03c78b7382842f78c540e1e8f9f906a.png (image/png) 
Causation  Where one thing will cause the other. 201f87060ddd4b20ada03561d8193f10.gif (image/gif) 
Residual  The difference between the observed yvalue (from scatter plot) and the predicted yvalue (from regression equation line). 773b5f5ecdc84e868afebd3027384606.GIF (image/GIF) 