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25 August, 16:33

If two variables have a correlational coefficient value of +.98, this would indicate that the two variables have a strong, relationship, which means that as scores on one variable increase, so do scores on the other. True or false?

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  1. 25 August, 17:53
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    The given statement is true.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    The given statement is true.

    The correlation between two variables is + 0.98.

    Coefficient of correlation measure linear relation between two variables. The positive coefficient of correlation tells that with increase in one variable leads to increase in other variables.

    Thus, a positive correlation of 0.98 means that the two variables have a strong relationship and with increase in one variable, the other variable increases.
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