Real Life Negative Correlation Examples?


A real life example of a negative correlation could be the changing temperatures due to the seasons. As the weather gets colder, heat bills will rise. However, when warmer weather comes back around, heat bills will decrease, which is an example of a positive correlation. There are also situations that have neither positive nor negative correlations such as the hot temperatures of summer causing ice cream sales to soar, but when the cold weather temperatures come back, ice cream sales will decline but hot chocolate sales will rise. It is a win/win situation.
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