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    Question Correlation between two variable




    If the correlation between to variable is -1.00, and the student got a score

    1.3 standard deviation below the mean on the 1st variabe, what score would you predict for the student on the 2nd variable and why?

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    Hi Johnson,

    A corr. coeff. at -1 indicates a perfect negative linear relationship. I think if X is 1.3 sd below mean of X, then Y may be 1.3 sd above the mean of Y. I am not 100% sure though...

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