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8-13b Scatterplots



Multiple Choice
Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question.
 

 1. 

What is the best description of the type of relationship shown on this scatterplot?
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A
Constant Relationship
C
Positive Relationship
B
Negative Relationship
D
No Relationship
 

 2. 

The scatterplot shows the relationship between oil and gas prices from 1981 to 2011. 
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Which statement best describes the relationship between the price of oil and the price of gasoline?
A
As the price of oil increased, the price of gasoline decreased.
B
There is no relationship between the price of oil and the price of gasoline.
C
As the price of oil increased, the price of gasoline remained constant.
D
As the price of oil increased, the price of gasoline increased.
 

 3. 

The scatterplot shows the relationship between the year and population in Carbon County Utah.  
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Which statement best describes the relationship between the year and population in Carbon County, Utah?
A
As the year increases, the population increases.
B
As the year increases, the population decreases.
C
As the year increases, the population remains constant.
D
There is not relationship between the year and the population.
 

 4. 

The scatterplot shows the relationship between the year and population in Woodson County, Kansas.
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Which statement best describes the relationship between the year and population of Woodson County, Kansas.
A
As the year increases, the population increases.
B
As the year increases, the population decreases.
C
As the year increases, the population remains constant.
D
There is no relationship between the year and the population.
 

 5. 

The scatterplot shows the relationship between the year and population in Woodson County, Kansas.
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What type of relationship is represented by this data?
A
Constant Relationship
C
Positive Relationship
B
Negative Relationship
D
No Relationship
 

 6. 

The scatterplot shows the relationship between the year and population in Woodson County, Kansas.
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Based on the trend, predict the population for year 2020.
A
4000
C
2000
B
3000
D
1000
 



 
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