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Correlation in Cost Variables

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The attachment for the question contains the top 100 hotel restaurants in the United States and the variables state, city, restaurant, hotel, cost (estimated price of dinner including one drink and tip), and ranking (1 to 100, with the 1 top rated restaurant).

Which Five Number Summary is correct for the Cost variable?

A. Min=43 | 1st Qrtile=57 | Median=69 | 3rd Qrtile=78 | Max=179
B. Min=43 | 1st Qrtile=57 | Median=70 | 3rd Qrtile=78 | Max=179
C. Min=43 | 1st Qrtile=57 | Median=69 | 3rd Qrtile=77 | Max=179
D. Min=43 | 1st Qrtile=57 | Mean=69 | 3rd Qrtile=78 | Max=179

What is the correlation coefficient between the variables rating and dinner Cost?
A. -.79
B. .54
C. -.29
D. .30
Based on the correlation above, which statement is true?
A. There is a negative and strong relationship between Rank and Cost.
B. There is a negative and weak relationship between Rank and Cost.
C. There is a positive and weak relationship between Rank and Cost.
D. There is a positive and strong relationship between Rank and Cost.

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