### Calculating the correlation between variables

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This is actually one of the most frequent **research** **questions**.

Mathematics / Algebra / Basic Algebra » 509459

This is useful in determining **what** set of current variables **might** prove to **be** worthy of success in future phenomena.

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Thus the sample we will select **might** **be** biased and the conclusion obtained from the sample survey **might** **be** misleading.
2. How would you interpret the outcomes?

Mathematics / Probability » 575671

Correlation coefficient is **tested** with t test and regression equation is calculated using excel to answer the **questions** by showing all the formulas and calculations.

Mathematics / Algebra / Linear Algebra » 544526

If 2 television sets are randomly selected and **tested** without replacement, **what** is the probability that both are defective?
Solution.

Mathematics / Probability » 122331

The circumstances which **might** **be** selected to option over another one is given.

Mathematics / Consumer Mathematics / Fractions and Percentages » 602966

We find that the cost increases when higher percentage of pollution being cleaned, which is **what** we would expect.
2.
d. The average cost decreases as the number of animal **tested** increases.
The average cost will never fall below $3.00.

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We find that the cost increases when higher percentage of pollution being cleaned, which is **what** we would expect.
2.
d. The average cost decreases as the number of animal **tested** increases.
The average cost will never fall below $3.00.

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Parameter being **tested** is population mean u.
10. The hypothesis is left-tailed because of "<" sign. Parameter being **tested** is population proportion p.
**Questions** 12, 16, 18, and 36 a-d on page 4
12.

Mathematics / Consumer Mathematics » 568892

(2) **What** is the most they can lose as well?
Now, let's look at **what** happens if you answer all the **questions** incorrectly.
First round: You could lose a total of $17,800.

Mathematics / Consumer Mathematics » 150425