# What is the difference between the correlation coeffecient and the regression line in a scatterplot?

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What is the difference between the correlation coeffecient and the regression line in a scatterplot?

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Difference between correlation coefficient and reg... help_outlineImage Transcriptioncloseregression line The regression line is represented as correlation coefficient The value of correlation coefficient lies between 1 r < 1. correlation coefficient indicates the strength The regression line does not tell about the of the linear relationship between the two variables. y Bo B1x strength of the linear relationship Bo is the intercept and B1 is the slope which tells about increase in the dependent variable for a unit increase in the Positive value indicates there is a positive relationship between the two variables r 1 indicates that there is a perfect positive independent variable. linear relationship between the variables. r -l indicates that there is a perfect negative linear relationship between the variables fullscreen

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