Section 3.1 Scatterplots. Two-Variable Quantitative Data. Most statistical studies involve more than one variable. We may believe that some of the variables explain or even cause changes in the variables. Then we have explanatory and response variables.

ByStat 1510: Statistical Thinking and Concepts Scatterplots and Correlation. Agenda. 2. Explanatory and Response Variables Displaying Relationships: Scatterplots Interpreting Scatterplots Adding Categorical Variables to Scatterplots Measuring Linear Association: Correlation

By4.2 Correlation. The Correlation Coefficient r Properties of r. Correlation.

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Weak Acids Weak Bases. What happens to ion concentrations when ionization 100% Calculating Equilibrium with K a and K b. VIDEO REVIEW. View Acid Ionization Video Clip View Base Ionization Video Clip. How do weak acids and weak bases differ from strong?. Weak Acids. K a =.

Correlation: How Strong Is the Linear Relationship?. Lecture 46 Sec. 13.7 Mon, Dec 3, 2007. The Correlation Coefficient. The correlation coefficient r is a number between –1 and +1. It measures the direction and strength of the linear relationship.

Weak Acids & Weak Bases. Review. Try the next two questions to see what you remember . The pH of rainwater collected on a particular day was 4.82. What is the H + ion concentration of the rainwater?. pH = - log [H + ]. = 10 -4.82. = 1.5 x 10 -5 M. [H + ] = 10 -pH.

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Weak interactions. Gargamelle bubble chamber at CERN. Gargamelle bubble chamber: leptonic neutral current. Gargamelle bubble chamber: discovery of neutral currents. A W boson decaying leptonically. (outgoing electron with large momentum (>10GeV), wide angle and large missing momentum).

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