this is about Pearson correlation coefficient.one variable is students’ midterm test score in an introductory microeconomics class and total observations are 45 students; while the other one variable is also students’ midterm test score in another introductory microeconomics class and total observations are 45 students. Does the data set make sense now? Would you tell us what you think? Why or why not?

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this is about Pearson correlation coefficient.

one variable is students’ midterm test score in an introductory microeconomics class and total observations are 45 students; while the other one variable is also students’ midterm test score in another introductory microeconomics class and total observations are 45 students. Does the data set make sense now? Would you tell us what you think? Why or why not?

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If the sample size is different it is impossible to calculate Pearson's correlation coefficient. But in the above case, the sample size is same and definition of va...

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