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## How do you graph the relationship between two variables?

A scatterplot shows the relationship between two quantitative variables measured for the same individuals. The values of one variable appear on the horizontal axis, and the values of the other variable appear on the vertical axis. Each individual in the data appears as a point on the graph.

## What graph shows relationship between two variables?

A scatterplot is a type of data display that shows the relationship between two numerical variables.

**How do you describe the relationship between two variables?**

Correlation is a statistical technique that is used to measure and describe a relationship between two variables. Usually the two variables are simply observed, not manipulated. The correlation requires two scores from the same individuals. These scores are normally identified as X and Y.

### How does a graph shows the relationship between two variables in economics?

An upward-sloping curve suggests a positive relationship between two variables. A downward-sloping curve suggests a negative relationship between two variables.

### How do you find the relationship between two nominal variables?

Crosstabulation (also known as contingency or bivariate tables) is commonly used to examine the relationship between nominal variables Chi Square tests-of-independence are widely used to assess relationships between two independent nominal variables.

**What is the relationship in a graph?**

The formal term to describe a straight line graph is linear, whether or not it goes through the origin, and the relationship between the two variables is called a linear relationship. Similarly, the relationship shown by a curved graph is called non-linear.

#### What are relationships in graphs?

A direct relationship is when one variable increases, so does the other. An indirect relationship is when one variable increases, the other decreases. A cyclic relationship repeats itself over time. When the line on the graph always eventually comes back to the same place.

#### What is the relationship between two sets of data called?

Correlation describes the relationship between two sets of data.

**How do we show the relationship between two variables that are unrelated the relationship between two variables that are unrelated can be shown by?**

Figures 1.8a and 1.8b show variables that are unrelated. If two variables are unrelated, either a perfectly vertical or perfectly horizontal line would represent the lack of relationship, depending on whether the Y variable or the X variable remains constant when the other variable changes.

## What type of relationship between two variables does a downward sloping line on a graph indicate?

An upward-sloping curve suggests a positive relationship between two variables. A downward-sloping curve suggests a negative relationship between two variables. The slope of a curve is the ratio of the vertical change to the horizontal change between two points on the curve.

## How do you test the relationship between two ordinal variables?

The examination of statistical relationships between ordinal variables most commonly uses crosstabulation (also known as contingency or bivariate tables). Chi Square tests-of-independence are widely used to assess relationships between two independent nominal variables.

**How do you measure the relationship between two qualitative variables?**

To study the relationship between two variables, a comparative bar graph will show associations between categorical variables while a scatterplot illustrates associations for measurement variables.

### How to describe the relationship between two variables?

Describing the Relationship between Two Variables Key Definitions Scatter Diagram:A graph made to show the relationship between two different variables (each pair of x’s and y’s) measured from the same equation. Linear Relationship:A linear relationship will have all the points close together and no curves, dips, etc. in the graph.

### How does graph a show the relationship?

Graph a actually just shows that the relationship between the two variables goes up and down then progressively increases. In general, the relationship is directly proportional. For example, Graph a may show the relationship between profit of a company through time. The vertical line represents profit while the horizontal line represents time.

**How do you graph an equation with two variables?**

For an equation with two variables, x x and y y, we need a graph with two axes: an x x -axis and a y y -axis. We will use the Cartesian plane, in which the x x -axis is a horizontal line and the y y -axis is a vertical line. Where the two axes cross is called the origin. Graphing an Equation in Two Variables

#### How to plot points in a graph Step 4?

Step 4: Plot the points. {eq} (x, y) {/eq} and connect the points with a line. Independent Variable: a variable that does not depend on the value of any other variable Dependent Variable: a variable whose value is dependent on that of another variable