Question

# Germaine constructs a scatter plot to show how many people visit different theme parks in a month. Why might clusters and outliers be present.

Hint:

### An outlier for a scatter plot is the point or points that are farthest from the trend line. Cluster in a scatter plot are the set of data points that forms a distinct group.

We are asked why clusters and outliers are present in a scatter plot.

## The correct answer is:

### Step 1 of 1:

The cluster and outlier analysis can identity hot spots, cold spots and abnormal space values with crowding and significance.

A cluster locates the greatest point in the set of data. Whereas, an outlier describes an abnormal behavior in the set of data.

It is not necessary that every scatter plot must have either a cluster or an outlier. There are graphs that have none.

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### The table shows the racing times in minutes for the first two laps in a race. Complete the scatter plot.

Scattered plots can display relationships between two pairs of continuous data. These graphs show symbols at the paired variables' data points' X and Y coordinates. Scattergrams and scatter charts are other names for scatterplots.

By looking at the dot pattern on a scatterplot, you may detect whether two continuous variables are correlated or related. The scatterplot shows the direction of any relationship and whether it is linear or curved if one exists. 1.) values on the X-axis of a continuous variable. When one of the variables may be categorized as an independent variable, this is typically the independent variable.

2.) Values on the Y-axis of a continuous variable are usually the dependent variable.

3.) Plotting of symbols at your data's (X, Y) coordinates. Represents various groups on the same graph; the graph can use various colored or shaped symbols.

### The table shows the racing times in minutes for the first two laps in a race. Complete the scatter plot.

Scattered plots can display relationships between two pairs of continuous data. These graphs show symbols at the paired variables' data points' X and Y coordinates. Scattergrams and scatter charts are other names for scatterplots.

By looking at the dot pattern on a scatterplot, you may detect whether two continuous variables are correlated or related. The scatterplot shows the direction of any relationship and whether it is linear or curved if one exists. 1.) values on the X-axis of a continuous variable. When one of the variables may be categorized as an independent variable, this is typically the independent variable.

2.) Values on the Y-axis of a continuous variable are usually the dependent variable.

3.) Plotting of symbols at your data's (X, Y) coordinates. Represents various groups on the same graph; the graph can use various colored or shaped symbols.