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consider two sets of data that give rise to lines that have exactly the same slope but different correlation coefficients.

consider two sets of data that give rise to lines that have exactly the same slope but different correlation coefficients. First, draw hypothetical graphs that show the data around the lines with the same slope, then explain how these data sets can have the same slope but different correlation coefficients.

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