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The following exercises are based on the following sample data consisting of numbers of enrolled students (in thousands) and numbers of burglaries for randomly selected large colleges in a recent year (based on data from the New York Times).

Change in Scale Exercise 1 stated that r is found to be 0.499. Does that value change if the actual enrollment values of 53,000, 28,000, 27,000, 36,000, and 42,000 are used instead of 53, 28, 27, 36, and 42?

42
27
36
28
Enrollment (thousands)
53
157
131
57
32
86
Burglaries
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42 27 36 28 Enrollment (thousands) 53 157 131 57 32 86 Burglaries