 1. There is a positive correlation between the number of miles driven and the number of people in a car.
A) TRUE B) FALSE
 2. Is the observation true or false?
A) FALSE B) TRUE
A) A high negative correlation B) A low negative correlation C) No correlation D) A low positive correlation
A) No association B) Negative association C) Positive association D) High negative association
 5. There is a strong correlation between the number of news papers sold and the humidity of a particular city.
A) FALSE B) TRUE
 6. In a scatter plot, the two variables are positively correlated if the ycoordinate decreases as the xcoordinate increases.
A) TRUE B) FALSE
 7. Josh polled people in his town. He recorded age versus the number of hours spent on the Internet per week. Use a scatter plot to determine what relationship exists between the age and the number of hours spent on the Internet per week.
A) None of the above B) Negative association C) Positive association D) No association
A) Strong positive association B) Positive association C) Strong negative association D) No association
 9. The correlation between two sets of data can be _____.
A) Zero B) Positive C) All of the above D) Negative
 10. Consider the scatter plot. It shows a data set that was obtained by collecting the ages and heights of 5 children. Determine what relationship exists in the data.
A) None of the above B) Height increases with age C) There is no relationship between height and age D) Height decreases with age
 11. In a scatter plot, two variables are negatively correlated if the ycoordinate decreases as the xcoordinate increases.
A) TRUE B) FALSE
 12. Which of the following best describes the association between the amount of food on a plane and the amount of time remaining in the flight?
A) Negative association B) Low positive association C) No association D) Strong positive association
 13. What do we call the circled point in the scatterplot below?
