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What are the criteria and steps needed to take to asses the degree in which an independent variable causes changes observed in the dependant variable?

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The degree in which an independent variable causes changes observed in the dependent variable is the **correlation coefficient.**

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In the correlation, the independent variable represents the inpu...

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