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    Professor turner found that the correlation between a person's degree of loneliness and the number of hours watching TV is -0.69. He can conclude that...

    a. As we observe people with higher levels of loneliness, we see a tendency for those people to spend less and less time watching TV.

    b. There is not much of a relationship between the two variables becaure r is negative.

    c. As we observe people with higher and higher loneliness, we see a tendency for those people to spend more and more time watching TV

    d. The people who who watch more TV tend to be more lonely

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    Hello,

    In this case you are incorrect. A correlation of -.69 and +.69 are both pretty high correlations. Just because you have a negative number does not mean that there is no correlation. The ...

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