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# Explain what it means to have a correlation in a scatterplot.

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Answer:Sample Response/Explanation: A correlation exists in a scatterplot if there is a general trend in the outputs as inputs increase. If the outputs generally increase in value, then there is a positive correlation. If the outputs generally decrease in value, then there is a negative correlation.
There is a general trend.
As inputs increase, outputs mostly increase or mostly decrease.
The trend is positive or negative.
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