Q: Examples of negative correlation in real life?

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There would be a negative correlation in the classroom, of a student's grades, with the number of days absent from class.

Positive correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will rise from left to right (positive slope) Negative correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will fall from left to right (negative slope) No correlation = no real visible slope, the dots are too scattered to tell.

A negative number times a negative number gives you a POSITIVE number, not a negative number.

there is no real life situation

The square roots of negative numbers.

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There would be a negative correlation in the classroom, of a student's grades, with the number of days absent from class.

Positive Correlation- Age - Amount of medical conditions Negative Correlation- Television Watching- Grades No Correlation- Height of a person- Number of shoes they own Hope this was helpful!

There are a great many real life examples of negative good will. Stealing for a stranger's child to feed your child is a good example.

Positive correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will rise from left to right (positive slope) Negative correlation = the slope of the scattered dots will fall from left to right (negative slope) No correlation = no real visible slope, the dots are too scattered to tell.

A negative number times a negative number gives you a POSITIVE number, not a negative number.

Great question. Some of the examples we came up with our El Ed math class were football, temperature, elevation, and money.

cold temperature sub-basement debt walking backward

there is no real life situation

There are very few real life examples of nonagons. The only examples that I can think of are a few coins.

some real life examples are a water bottle, pipes, cans

The square roots of negative numbers.

ATOMS are real life examples of atoms. They do exist.