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Sloppy writing about correlation. Each of the following statements contains a blunder. Explain in each case what is wrong. (a) “There is a high correlation between the manufacturer of a car and the gas mileage of the car.” (b) “We found a high correlation (r = 1.09) between the horsepower of a car and the gas mileage of the car.” (c) “The correlation between the weight of a car and the gas mileage of the car was found to be r = 0.53 miles per gallon.”
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