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Unformatted text preview: 6. What are the steps to finding the correlation coefficient &quot;r&quot; on the graphing calculator (stop before you get to the last bullet point)? Hit and CATALOG Diagnostic on Enter ( DONE (Stat) / CALL 18) |ENTER 7. Discuss how correlation does not equal causation using the example on page 150, there may other reasons for the correlation than the explanatory variable alone 8. What is a lurking variable? hidden variable that affects the 2 mom variables 9. Under &quot;What Can Go Wrong&quot; starting on page 151, what are the 6 items about which to be mindful when working with correlation? Strength of &quot;r &quot;( absolute value) Weak&gt;, 39 and below Moderate / weak , 4 -, 59 moderate 7 1 6 -.75 moderate /strong 7 . 76 -.89 strong -7 . 9 - 1.0...
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