A. It assesses whether a linear relationship exists between 2 quantitative variables.

B. It assesses whether a linear relationship exists between 2 qualitative variables.

C. Can be used to ascertain if there is an association between a nominal variable and an ordinal variable.

D. Can be used to assess the strength of correlation between 2 quantitative variables.

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