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T3 D1 Review the video "Linear Correlation" in the Calculations section of the "Statistics Visual Learner" media piece. It is sometimes said that the higher the correlation between two variables, the more likely the relationship is causal. Do you think this is correct? Discuss Correlation is how we associate two variables on a linear line. When we see that one variable  rises, the corresponding variable should also rise. In order to find out how strong the relationship  between two variables, we would need to find the Pearson Correlation Coefficient. This number  can range from 1 to -1. This number tells you about the linear association between the two
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