IB Maths Studies / Applications: Covariance

This activity provides an intuitive insight into the concepts and techniques/calculations mathematicians used to solve the problem of "measuring" the differences in correlation. In particular, those that lead to Pearson correlation"s coefficient which allows us to differentiate between 0.7, 0.8, 0.9 strengths in the relationship between two sets of data.The games and activities in Scattertastic introduced you to the...

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