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Urgent! Real quick question! Can we make a conclusion/inference from this graph? 
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#1
Nov1412, 06:12 PM

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This is what I did on StatsCrunch using the data they gave me: Would the answer be B and C? Because A can't be right...our data goes up to 2000. And while there still is a trend going on (newer homes > more square ft), we can't really give a "predicted value of 1964 and 2250". So that would eliminate D and E (the fourth option and the sixth option). Am I right? I only get one submission and I have to choose AT LEAST ONE of these. 


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Nov1412, 07:11 PM

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Explain clearly why you rejected the options that you did. I can see an obvious problem with the dataset that you're ignoring.



#3
Nov1412, 07:39 PM

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Option 2 could be true because our parameter is 19202000 Option 3 is true. Options 4, 5, and 6 are false. 


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Nov1412, 07:43 PM

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Urgent! Real quick question! Can we make a conclusion/inference from this graph?



#5
Nov1412, 08:00 PM

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Option 5 just doesn't make sense to me. So it has to be Options 2 and 3. 


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Nov1412, 08:03 PM

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#7
Nov1412, 08:05 PM

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So Option 5 would also be the correct answer (along with Options 2 and 3)? 


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Nov1512, 09:52 PM

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#9
Nov1512, 10:01 PM

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I'd really want to see an R^2 value for this data because it looks absolutely unusable to say the least given the scatterplot.
If the variables are high uncorrelated, then any attempt to create dependencies between the variables is going to be useless. 


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