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StatisticsQ&A LibraryOne professor who teaches statistics gave studentsone homework assignment. He asked students to finda two-variable data set and compute the Pearsoncorrelation coefficient. One student found a data set:one variable is students' midterm test score in anintroductory microeconomics class and totalobservations are 45 students; while the other onevariable is also students' midterm test score in anotherintroductory microeconomics class and totalobservations are 57 students. Both of these twoclasses were taught by the same instructor in spring2018. Does this student's data set make sense? Why orwhy not? Discuss and explain your reasons. You mustprovide your statistical analysis and reasons.Question

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Correlation determines the size and direction of the relationship between the two variables. Also, correlation does not imply causation. : Used to test for a significant linear relationship between two variabl...

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