Coefficient of Determination is also known as

Note : The Correlation Coefficient is normally given as a decimal - use this format 0.453

The Coefficient of Determination given as a percentage, usually to a whole number.

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Questions and Answers

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### For the data set above (Data 8 ), what is the value of the Correlation Coefficient? (3 decimal places)

Explanation

The value of the correlation coefficient is 0.724. This indicates a strong positive correlation between the variables in the data set. A correlation coefficient of 0.724 suggests that there is a strong linear relationship between the variables, where an increase in one variable is associated with a proportional increase in the other variable.Rate this question:

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### For the data set above (Data 1), what is the value of 'r'? (3 decimal places)

Explanation

The value of 'r' for the given data set is 0.996.Rate this question:

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### For the data set above (Data 2), what is the value of 'r'? (2 decimal places)

Explanation

The value of 'r' is 0.93.Rate this question:

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### For the data set above (Data 3), what is the value of 'r'? (3 decimal places)

Explanation

The value of 'r' is -0.925.Rate this question:

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