Which of these shows the strongest correlation?

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Which of these shows the strongest correlation?
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Answered 2020-11-08 Author has 95 answers

A linear relationship can be best described by a straight line. In the scatterplot, if a straight line is drawn, all the data points lie on the straight line or around the straight line.
As compare to other scatterplots, scatterplot 3 indicates that most of the data points form a straight line or lies close to the straight line, hence this scatterplot represents the strongest linear correlation.
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