Exercise

# Negatively correlated random variables

Now that you have explored *positively correlated* data, reconsider the
bivariate normally distributed random variables \(X\) and \(Y\). Suppose that they
are *negatively correlated* with correlation \(\rho_{XY} = -0.9\).

The code on the right contains all the solutions to the previous exercises.

Instructions

**100 XP**

Change the code to perform the same analysis with negative correlation \(\rho_{XY} = -0.9\) instead of \(\rho_{XY} = 0.9\).