Question #2022421: Testing Hypothesis


Question: Identify the choice that contains a conclusion with a common correlation error.

Given: There is a linear correlation coefficient very close to 0 between mothers who

smoked during pregnancy and the incidence of influenza in their babies.

A) Conclusion: the frequency of mothers’ smoking is not related in any way to the

incidence of influenza in their babies

B) Conclusion: an increase in the frequency of mothers’ smoking is not linearly

related to an increase in the incidence of influenza in their babies

C) Conclusion: a decrease in the frequency of mothers’ smoking is not linearly

related to a decrease in the incidence of influenza in their babies

D) Conclusion: there is not a linear relationship between the frequency of mothers’

smoking and the incidence of influenza in their babies

Solution: The solution consists of 133 words (1 page)
Deliverables: Word Document

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