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trying to do a pearson r and the following is a list of the test scores:

15 37

18 38

25 38

34 48

36 48

please show work so that I can see if my answer is close to the one you've come up with as I'm really confused

when doing this problem is there a difference between sigmax squared and (sigmax squared)?

ty

trying to do a pearson r and the following is a list of the test scores:

15 37

18 38

25 38

34 48

36 48

please show work so that I can see if my answer is close to the one you've come up with as I'm really confused

when doing this problem is there a difference between sigmax squared and (sigmax squared)?

ty

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