For each topic, decide how a scatterplot of the data would likely look. Explain your reasoning

Chardonnay Felix 2021-10-08 Answered
For each topic, decide how a scatterplot of the data would likely look. Explain your reasoning. the price of an apple at a grocery store and the price of a peach at a farmers' market

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Given variables: price of an apple at a grocery store
price of a peach at a farmer's market
We expect the price of a peach at a farmer’s market to be unaffected by the price of an apple at a grocery store.
Thus we would then expect the pattern in the scatter plot to not slope upwards nor downwards and we expect the points to be randomly scattered.
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