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If a scatter plot shows a set of data points that form a circular pattern, the correlation should be near zero. (True or false?)

To determine
Whether the statement “if a scatter plot shows a set of data points that from a circular pattern, the correlation should be near zero” is true or false.

Explanation

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If a scatter plot shows a set of data points that from a circular pattern, the correlation should be near zero.

Justification:

Correlation is a measure of linear relationship between two variables. It can indicate only linear relationship...

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