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    Interpret and summarize the Pearson r, coefficient of determination, and p-value from the Pearson correlation analysis attached. Describe the direction and strength of the relationship, and whether you think this is a clinically significant relationship and why. For this question, work on the premise that the assumptions of the Pearson correlation are met.

    - Assume RADS is an X (predictor or independent) variable
    - Assume AGE is an X (predictor or independent) variable
    - Assume CDRS is the Y (response or dependent) variable.
    - Assume the level of significance for all statistical tests is p = 0.05
    - Assume the research hypotheses are non-directional.

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    The Pearson r is 0.369, and it indicates that it appears a positive linear relationship between CDRS and RADS.
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