We need to draw two different scatterplot that both have a strong positive association but have different forms of association.

Let us draw a scatterplot with a strong, positive, linear relationship and let us draw a scatterplot with a strong, positive, curved relationship.

The two relationships then have different forms as one is linear and the other is curved.

Let us draw a scatterplot with a strong, positive, linear relationship and let us draw a scatterplot with a strong, positive, curved relationship.

The two relationships then have different forms as one is linear and the other is curved.