A dependent variableDV that is metricY An independent variableIV that is

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A dependent variable(DV) that is metric(Y) An independent variable(IV) that is categorical(X) -Which test to use? Depends on 1. The number of variables 2. The number of groups involved Wk9 Correlation analysis -The most common way to test for the presence and measure the direction and strength of such relationships. -Correlation coefficient: can be thought of as a metric to quantify the strength of the relationship between two variables. -e.g. RQ Is there a relationship between time spent
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studying and academic performance? ] Describe the output from the multiple comparison table.
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