Q: In math what is and example of no correlation?

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A degree of correspondence or comparison between two math values.

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NO. correlation just (implies) a relationship ... for example, both may be caused by the same thing.

An undefined correlation is one in which the data would not plot with points making a vertical line.

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

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No, The correlation can not be over 1. An example of a strong correlation would be .99

A degree of correspondence or comparison between two math values.

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negative correlation

Such a correlation is absurd.

There is no correlation between the two.

If the problem relates to math, than the answer is NONE!

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!

An undefined correlation is one in which the data would not plot with points making a vertical line.

NO. correlation just (implies) a relationship ... for example, both may be caused by the same thing.

History is anon-example of math.