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    Ah yeah. That's how I roll.

    I'm not sure whether the OP is using standard deviation or variance for the parameter.

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    Re: Correlation between two normal variables ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Dason View Post
    Ah yeah. That's how I roll.

    I'm not sure whether the OP is using standard deviation or variance for the parameter.

    Neither am I. However, if they are standard deviations then the equation I gave is correct. Likewise, if they're variances, then the equation you gave is also correct (obvious, now).

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    Thank you very much both of you. I really appreciate the assistance. By the way, a and b are variances in the problem. Sorry for not making this clear.

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