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For each topic, decide how a scatterplot of the data would likely look. Explain your reasoning. Number of children living in a town and number of scho

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asked 2021-06-22
For each topic, decide how a scatterplot of the data would likely look. Explain your reasoning.
Number of children living in a town and number of schools in the town

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2021-06-23
Given variables: Number of children living in a town
Number of schools in the town
We expect the number of schools to increases as the number of children increases.
Thus we would then expect the pattern in the scatter plot to slope upwards.
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