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Problem Set #3 1. Consider the following table: Student Math Score Econ Score Student 1 2 19 Student 2 2 20 Student 3 8 21 Round the standard deviation of math scores to two decimal places. Round the standard deviation of Econ scores to two decimal places. Using the standard deviations that you rounded to two decimal places, what is the correlation between math scores and econ scores (rounded to four decimal places)? 2. Consider the following table:
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Unformatted text preview: Student Math Score Econ Score Student 1 2 6 Student 2 2 20 Student 3 8 22 Round the standard deviation of math scores to two decimal places. Round the standard deviation of Econ scores to two decimal places. Using the standard deviations that you rounded to two decimal places, what is the correlation between math scores and econ scores (rounded to four decimal places)?...
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