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University of Toronto St. George
Damian Dupuy

GGR 270 Introductory Analytical Methods 2011Assignment 2 Due Date November 9th IN CLASSOrganization and presentation should be important considerations in preparing your written assignments This includes but is not necessarily limited to clearly identifying both questions and answers including titles and labels for tables and your answers where appropriate Your written answers should be clear and concise not long and drawn out Preparing your results in a neat and organized manner is an essential requirement on this and on subsequent assignments A penalty of 5 per day will apply to late assignments Please STAPLE your assignment and make sure you have you TAs name tutorial section and time CLEARLY MARKED on your paper Question 1CorrelationYou as a geographer are to explore the relationship between mean annual precipitation inches of water and mean annual temperature degrees Fahrenheit in a sample of 9 drainage basins in Southern Ontario The data associated with each drainage basin is given in Table 1 Please answer the following questionsa Construct a scatter diagram for your two variables Draw the means of both variables on your graph Comment briefly on the relationship between the two variables b Compute the Covariance and the Pearson Product Moment Correlation Coefficient State the formulae for both and summarize your work completely in a worktable
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