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negative

or

inverse relationship

the relationship between two variables where an increase in one variable, such as PRICE, is associated with a decrease in another variable, such as QUANTITY DEMANDED. Compare POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP.
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Every substance is negatively electric to that which stands above it in the chemical tables, positively to that which stands below it.
That puzzled me much; but, however, I explained myself negatively, that it was one that did not go to service, to do housework.
On my shaking my head negatively he smiled queerly, said "De Barral," and enjoyed my surprise.
Astudy by the Open University of Cyprus (OUC) and the Advanced Media Institute found Turkish Cypriots view Greek Cypriots negatively, it was announced on Friday.
Increased competition and declining revenues will negatively impact the operational profitability (EBITDA) of the services provider by 1-2%.
One of the dependence structure that has attracted the interest of probabilists and statisticians is negatively associated, which is first introduced by Alam and Saxena [1], and carefully studied by Joag-Dev and Proschan [9] and Block et al.
Iran was viewed negatively in 25 of the 27 countries polled.
And one chap was not only negatively impressed by someone who'd really got his goat - he was negatively amused and negatively entertained, too.
Washington, Nov 13 (ANI): Trying to have too much control over your children's lives may not be a good idea, for kids tend to take it negatively, says a new study.
As a result, the fish becomes negatively buoyant and sinks.
Synopsis: As Donald Trump and Rosie O'Donnell continue their high-profile feud, Americans rate both more negatively than positively, but O'Donnell is rated much more negatively than Trump.
Reports of effective implementation of reforms were positively related to improvement in passage rates on state tests, while teachers' efficacy helping difficult students was negatively related.