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AP Statistics 10.1.2 - The Correlation Coefficient r

AP Statistics 10.1.2 - The Correlation Coefficient r

Author: Miguel Ramirez
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- For the school year 2013-2014 this tutorial has to be covered by students during week Mar 31 - Apr 04

- This tutorial is part of the AP Statistics course at Galena Park High School

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