Q: What are some examples of negative correlations in education?

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No. Standard deviation is the square root of a non-negative number (the variance) and as such has to be at least zero. Please see the related links for a definition of standard deviation and some examples.

Positive and negative whole numbers: -39, 67, 0, 58, -4 Integers are just negative and positive real numbers and zero. Here is a list: ...... -3, -2, -1, 0, 1, 2, 3, ...... The list continues in both directions.

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Yes, but only if the data set includes some negative numbers. For example, recording winter temperatures at the South Pole. They will all be negative (or most of them will be) so the mode and the median will be negative as well.

Examples of ratio level of measurement are age, weight, and amount of money.

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some examples of non- negative numbers are = 2 ,4,6,8,10,12,14,16,18,20,22,24,26,28,30,32,34,36,38,40........ and so on till the nth number

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

A few examples of negative geotropism in plants include roots growing upwards in response to gravity (negative gravitropism), stems bending away from the ground to grow upwards (negative phototropism), and leaves folding upwards in response to touch or vibration (negative thigmotropism).

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

Pheonix Edu offers a variety of courses for Associates, Bachelors and Masters degrees. Some examples of Associates courses offered are courses in technology, psychology and education. For the bachelors program some examples are education, criminal justice and public administration. In the Masters program business managment, education and nursing are just a few examples of what courses are offered!

Most countries have compulsory education, which means that they have a set amount of time a student is required to be educated. The United States, Europe, Australia, China, and Canada are just a few examples of the countries that practice compulsory education.

Example of positive correlation: The longer you walk, the further you go (unless you are on a treadmill). The more food you eat, the more calories you ingest. Income and education are positively correlated, meaning that income and education are related, but correlation does not prove that one factor causes the other. It just means there is a relationship. When the moon is full, the crazies come out. The moon is not causing the crazies to come out, no more than the crazies are causing the moon to come out, but when you ask a mental health worker, an emergency room nurse, or a police officer, they will tell you that there appears to be a relationship.

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