bivariate data quiz

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I measure a response variable y at several values of the explanatory variable x, which is “time of measurement.” Plotting log y against time of measurement looks approximately like a straight line with a positive slope. I can conclude that:

A. the rate of growth of y is positive but slowing down.
B. since only logs of numbers greater than one are positive, the line best fitted to the plot of y against time would have to have slope greater than one.
C. an exponential curve would fit well to a plot of y against time.
D. I should also take the log of the time variable.
E. I should have taken the log of the time instead of log y.

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