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Quiz by Amie Harris

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  • Q1
    What is meant by a negative correlation
    when one variable decreases, so does the other
    when one variable increases the other decreases
    when one variable increases, so does the other
  • Q2
    What is meant by no correlation
    when both variables decrease at the same rate
    When there is no relationship between the two variables
    when one variable increases the other decreases
  • Q3
    Identify the CORRECT strength of a correlation
    Enables researchers to collect qualitative data
    Allows research to establish cause and effect
    Makes a good pilot study to generate a hypothesis for an experiment
  • Q4
    Identify the CORRECT weakness of a correlation
    Correlations are difficult to analyse
    Correlations can be misleading
    Correlations always lack reliability 
  • Q5
    What type of relationship would I have if I found a correlation coefficient of 0.8?
    strong positive correlation
    positive correlation
    perfect positive correlation
    no correlation

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